Kenzo is the youthful, French brand that brings a uniquely bright and beautiful approach to luxury street fashion. A key signature is the tiger design, available on a range of the company's pieces, exemplifying the fearless approach Kenzo has to everything it produces. There is, quite simply, no other fashion brand remotely like it. And that of course is the appeal.
It all began with Kenzo's founder and his life's journey. Kenzo Takada moved from his home in Japan to Paris in 1965, bringing with him a determination for an exuberant and fresh approach to fashion. Hard work brought the reward of a cover in Elle magazine five years later, showcasing his bold, eclectic designs. It's that same approach - vivid, colourful, confident - that characterises the label, now owned by the LVMH luxury goods conglomerate, today.
Kenzo sizing is mostly true to whatever your usual size is. For some of the label's streetwear, tailoring is for an oversized look, so make sure to take this into account when ordering and consider a smaller size if you'd prefer a more fitted feel. It's worth remembering too that Kenzo's use of European shoe sizes can mean that some UK sizes simply aren't listed. If that's the case for you, then go up a size or, better still, order two pairs to find your perfect fit.
Kenzo sizing notes
- You'll find that Kenzo's fit is generally true to your usual size
- EU measurements are used for shoes: if in doubt go up a size
- Some Kenzo pieces are cut to be oversized, so bear this in mind when ordering
- If you're not sure about what size is ideal for you, why not order two to find your perfect Kenzo fit?
Kenzo size charts
Jackets, shirts, sweatshirts, t-shirts
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Trousers and shorts
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Try another iconic French label — A.P.C. — on for size.