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The 150 unique pieces include kimonos, coats, skirts and tops for all seasons, and are estimated at between 30 euros and 600 euros.
The contents of the designer’s apartment in Paris, including home wares and clothes, will be auctioned by Artcurial in May.
Creative director Felipe Oliveira Baptista said the project was a celebration of Kenzo Takada and Kansai Yamamoto, who both died this year.
Burberry, Chloé, Balenciaga and Valentino released exclusive items, while Prada offered gifts to boost sales during the shopping festival.
Lara Stone and Rose Valentine also appear in the campaign.
The revolutionary fashion designer died on Oct. 4 due to coronavirus-related complications.
He had recently launched a luxury homeware brand, almost 50 years after founding Jungle Jap, which later became known as Kenzo.
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