THE LONDON VICTORIA & ALBERT MUSEUM CELEBRATES FORTY YEARS OF POETRY BY KENZO

It continues the celebration of Kenzo’s 40th anniversary – legendary brand,  founded by Kenzo Takada during the Seventies and directed since 2003 by the smashing Italian designer Antonio Marras, famous are its colors and prints successfully joining western and oriental suggestions – which will feature on 12th November 2010 in London at the Victoria & Albert Museum Raphael Gallery during the latest Fashion in Motion event. Here it will be held a day of catwalk shows including creations form the band’s archive, depicting 40 years of the poetry by Kenzo, told also in the book “Kenzo 1970/2010”, by Kenzo Takada and Antonio Marras(Rizzoli Editions, 70,00 Euros).

IL VICTORIA & ALBERT MUSEUM DI LONDRA FESTEGGIA I QUARANTA ANNI DI POESIA DI KENZO

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Continua il festeggiamento del quarantesimo anniversario di Kenzo – leggendario brand, fondato da Kenzo Takada negli anni Settanta e diretto dal 2003 dal formidabile designer italiano Antonio Marras, famose sono i suoi colori e stampe che felicemente uniscono suggestioni occidentali e orientali – che sarà protagonista il 12 novembre 2010 a Londra presso la Raphael Gallery del Victoria & Albert Museum in occasione dell’ultimo evento Fashion in Motion event. Ivi si terrà un giorno di sfilate che includeranno le creazioni di archivio del brand, dipingendo i quaranta anni di poesia di Kenzo, raccontati anche dal libro “Kenzo 1970/2010”, di Kenzo Takada e Antonio Marras(Rizzoli Edizioni, 70,00 Euro).

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