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Kenzo Spring/Summer 2015 Campaign

Still as eccentric as ever, Parisian label KENZO here rolls out its campaign imagery for Spring/Summer 2015. The relationship between the brand and Italian creative collective TOILETPAPER continues to churn out imaginative, distinct work, imagining a utopian city setting for KENZO’s range of clean staples. The collection appears less busy than previous releases, highlighting harmonious tonal blue color combinations on knits and pairing coordinated pastels on button-ups. Featuring models Mona Matsuoka – who modeled the collection on the runway last year – and Qing He, enjoy these fantastic images from KENZO in the accompanying gallery.
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Still as eccentric as ever, Parisian label KENZO here rolls out its campaign imagery for Spring/Summer 2015. The relationship between the brand and Italian creative collective TOILETPAPER continues to churn out imaginative, distinct work, imagining a utopian city setting for KENZO’s range of clean staples. The collection appears less busy than previous releases, highlighting harmonious tonal blue color combinations on knits and pairing coordinated pastels on button-ups. Featuring models Mona Matsuoka – who modeled the collection on the runway last year – and Qing He, enjoy these fantastic images from KENZO in the accompanying gallery.Still as eccentric as ever, Parisian label KENZO here rolls out its campaign imagery for Spring/Summer 2015. The relationship between the brand and Italian creative collective TOILETPAPER continues to churn out imaginative, distinct work, imagining a utopian city setting for KENZO’s range of clean staples. The collection appears less busy than previous releases, highlighting harmonious tonal blue color combinations on knits and pairing coordinated pastels on button-ups. Featuring models Mona Matsuoka – who modeled the collection on the runway last year – and Qing He, enjoy these fantastic images from KENZO in the accompanying gallery.Still as eccentric as ever, Parisian label KENZO here rolls out its campaign imagery for Spring/Summer 2015. The relationship between the brand and Italian creative collective TOILETPAPER continues to churn out imaginative, distinct work, imagining a utopian city setting for KENZO’s range of clean staples. The collection appears less busy than previous releases, highlighting harmonious tonal blue color combinations on knits and pairing coordinated pastels on button-ups. Featuring models Mona Matsuoka – who modeled the collection on the runway last year – and Qing He, enjoy these fantastic images from KENZO in the accompanying gallery.Still as eccentric as ever, Parisian label KENZO here rolls out its campaign imagery for Spring/Summer 2015. The relationship between the brand and Italian creative collective TOILETPAPER continues to churn out imaginative, distinct work, imagining a utopian city setting for KENZO’s range of clean staples. The collection appears less busy than previous releases, highlighting harmonious tonal blue color combinations on knits and pairing coordinated pastels on button-ups. Featuring models Mona Matsuoka – who modeled the collection on the runway last year – and Qing He, enjoy these fantastic images from KENZO in the accompanying gallery.Still as eccentric as ever, Parisian label KENZO here rolls out its campaign imagery for Spring/Summer 2015. The relationship between the brand and Italian creative collective TOILETPAPER continues to churn out imaginative, distinct work, imagining a utopian city setting for KENZO’s range of clean staples. The collection appears less busy than previous releases, highlighting harmonious tonal blue color combinations on knits and pairing coordinated pastels on button-ups. Featuring models Mona Matsuoka – who modeled the collection on the runway last year – and Qing He, enjoy these fantastic images from KENZO in the accompanying gallery.

Still as eccentric as ever, Parisian label KENZO here rolls out its campaign imagery for Spring/Summer 2015. The relationship between the brand and Italian creative collective TOILETPAPER continues to churn out imaginative, distinct work, imagining a utopian city setting for KENZO’s range of clean staples. The collection appears less busy than previous releases, highlighting harmonious tonal blue color combinations on knits and pairing coordinated pastels on button-ups. Featuring models Mona Matsuoka – who modeled the collection on the runway last year – and Qing He, enjoy these fantastic images from KENZO in the accompanying gallery.

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