Kenzo Aiming to Get Hip Again Under New LeadershipAndrew Roberts
For years, Mylene Kerjean watched with dismay as fashion house Kenzo slipped from cutting edge to what she called “too loud, too unwearable, not relevant.” Then last month, the mesh-print dresses in a Kenzo shop in Paris caught her eye.
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