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Kenzo is a luxury French fashion house considered one of the most important brands to emerge from Paris in the 1970s. The label is known for using bold and unusual patterns as well as cotton which, at the time, was rarely used in high fashion.

In 1993, Kenzo was purchased by the LVMH Group, which owns other famous luxury brands including Dior, Fendi, Givenchy and Louis Vuitton. In 2017, Sylvie Colin was named the brand’s CEO, replacing Eric Marechalle who became CEO of Marc Jacobs International. The brand has one flagship store in London and is sold around the globe.

Company Information
Annual Sales:

Euros €42.6 billion in 2017

LVMH

Segments / Shopping Categories:

Womenswear; Menswear; Kidswear; Bags ; Shoes; Jewellery; Accessories; Footwear; Fragrances

Parent Company/Key Investors:

LMVH

UK Standalone Stores: 1
UK Concessions: over 10
International Stores & Stockists: Approx over 50
Key Concessions:

Liberty; Selfridges; House of Fraser; John Lewis; Matches; Harvey Nichols

Group Companies:

Marc Jacobs; Louis Vuitton; Celine; Emilio Pucci; Loewe; Lora Piano; Moynat; Rimowa; Berluti; Kenzo; Pink Shirtmaker; Dior; Givenchy

Number of Countries Shipped To: Over 50 countries
Key Countries Shipped To:

UK; EU

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
18 rue Vivienne, Paris 75002
Head Office Telephone: +33 17304 2000
Website:
Website Traffic: 790,970 (on desktop and mobile web in the last 6 months). Source: SimilarWeb
Key Locations:

31 Bruton Street,
London, W1J 6HH

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Sylvie Colin

Managing Director: Nathan Levy
Design Director: Ben Mazey (Design Director)
Digital Director: Bruno Alazard (Chief Client & Digital Officer)
HR Director: Emmanuel Duran
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