Kenzo Fall 2010 RTW Collection

Kenzo's perspective for the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 season comes out powerful with vintage inspirations from hippie and bohemian ages or country accessories and masculine shapes. The free spirit inside of Antonio Marras is released though these peaceful but artistic looks.
27 Mar, 2010


Breaking out from the typical futuristic and structural shapes from this fall, this collection comes out with an unlimited casualty theme chosen from clothes to attitude, hairstyle or make-up. By combining together different themes, Kenzo's fashion designer, Antonio Marras chooses femininity through bohemian and hippie but in the same time, masculinity through vintage inspired business wear.

With beautiful flower prints, femininity has a major part in this collection becoming their focus and inspiration. Although their attention comes on dresses, business wear is not forgotten. Masculinity comes strong here with rigid materials and structural shapes that have a perfect touch of class and sophistication.


Fall/Winter season gets more and more a Spring/Summer one from the latest fashion shows that we have seen. Kenzo comes out with the same idea that combines together flowers, girlie style, soft colors and all those spring-ish must-have. Antonio Marras recreats a new concept about woman's casual style by attaching to this collection a big part of chicness though sophisticated designs and strong attitude.


From maxi dresses to maxi blazers, pants, skirts or blouses, everything is maxi. Reminding us of Olsen's hobo chic street style, this collection comes much more powerful with lots of fun colors and impressive designs.

Playing a huge part in Kenzo's collection, accessories spice up these looks even more. With bold prints or gorgeous colors, items like scarves, sunglasses, belts or bags get our attention in a minute. The shoes are also above casualty with big wedge that maintain the 70s romance theme chosen.





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