Kenzō Takada

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Kenzō Takada (高田 賢三, Takada Kenzō, 27 February 1939 – 4 October 2020) was a JapaneseFrench fashion designer. He started Kenzo in 1970, which is a brand of perfumes, skincare products and clothes.[1][2]

Takada died on 4 October 2020 in Paris of COVID-19.[3] He was 81 years old.[4][5]

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  1. Herold, Stephanie Edith (2015). "Kenzo Takada". Fashion Photography Archive. Bloomsbury. doi:10.5040/9781474260428-fpa102. ISBN 9781474260428.
  2. Guilbault, Laure (3 June 2016). "France Honors Kenzo Takada". WWD. Retrieved 16 June 2019.
  3. CNN, Martin Goillandeau. "Designer Kenzo Takada, founder of Kenzo, dies of Covid-19 aged 81". CNN. Retrieved 4 October 2020.
  4. LE CRÉATEUR JAPONAIS KENZO TAKADA EST MORT DES SUITES DU COVID-19
  5. Japanese fashion designer Kenzo Takada dies from COVID-19