All that glitters isn't gold, it's Kenzo's holiday collection instead
Kenzo's Holiday Collection
If we were Carol Lim and Humberto Leon, the creative directors of the French brand, we would have called this the Greatest Hits collection. Why?
It’s a re-edition of the duo’s best, and cult, works in the 10 years they have been with Kenzo: from the already iconic logo-ed and tiger pullovers (every fashion influencer, fashion poser, fashion collector, K-pop artist had one) to their ’80s lurex skirts and dresses – all in non-designer wear prices.
Kenzo’s iconic tiger sweater pays tribute to Kenzo Takada (the founder of Kenzo) love for tigers. In fact, the OG of the french label had ones on the inside of waistbands, bags and on watches. Fast forward a few years later, it became one of the most covetables sweaters in the Fall of ’13.
If you’re going to be doing a branded sweatshirt, take it from brands who do great – no obvious logos or garish prints, just their brand name on the front to seal the deal. We like ours in a rainbow hued font like this one.
The easiest (and fiscally responsible) way to buy into the Kenzo sartorial life would be their caps. Why? Great for bad hair days, great for the #selfie gram and is relatively low-key as compared to their sweaters.