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Kenzo Autumn/Winter 2010/11 Collection

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Photos: Vogue UK

The Kenzo man seems to have ditched his love for traveling (though not all together) in favor of nights out on the town. Antonio Marras follows up his stunning spring/summer collection with a more refined look. Pieces look to be designed more for a quick commute rather than a cross-continental journey. The Kenzo prints are still present but have been limited to appearing, for the most part, on the shirts. The focus this season was on layering and the textural combinations that arise from it. Patent and matte jackets, peppered wool coats, and subtly tucked silk scarves provided each look with a rich and vivid tonality despite the overall chalky color palette . Although I can’t say I liked this collection more than the last, Marras was still successful in his display of another side of his evolving vision of the Kenzo man.

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One Comment

  1. Kim
    Posted February 2, 2010 at 6:00 pm | Permalink

    Where’s all the snacro?!

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