Kenzo Takada Japanese-French Designer died from coronavirus at 81
The founder of the company Kenzo has died on Sunday in a hospital in Neuilly-sur-Seine near Paris.
Kenzo's founder died from complication related to the Covid-19 in Paris. A spokesman for the fashion star, who was 81, confirmed the sad news, according to RT.
The Japanese designer is known worldwide under his first name Kenzo.
Born on February 27, 1939 in Himeji, Kenzo Takada moved to France in 1965. He launched his first Male collection in 1963 then his first perfume Kenzo Kenzo in 1988.