Inspired by mysticism, Kenzo’s Humberto Leon and Carol Lim redefined their signature prints in a more gentle, dreamy manner than past outings. Dragon scales, feathers, clouds and even their signature tiger were worked as a graphic repetitive pattern on simple denim pieces and cotton shirts. But a big part of the collection focused not on prints but on lines and volumes with big cocoon coats, A-line shirts and ruffled skirts and tops, some done in double-face Neoprene.

Designed in cracked leather with a metallic raindrop clasp, the new bags were also inspired by the sky.

Inspired by mysticism, Kenzo’s Humberto Leon and Carol Lim redefined their signature prints in a more gentle, dreamy manner than past outings. Dragon scales, feathers, clouds and even their signature tiger were worked as a graphic repetitive pattern on simple denim pieces and cotton shirts. But a big part of the collection focused not on prints but on lines and volumes with big cocoon coats, A-line shirts and ruffled skirts and tops, some done in double-face Neoprene.

Designed in cracked leather with a metallic raindrop clasp, the new bags were also inspired by the sky.

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