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Kenzo Takada remembered for style that meant ‘freedom for the woman’s body’ – The Guardian

Critics and models voice heartbreak over death of Japanese designer who was ahead of his time when it came to women’s fashion

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The fashion world has paid tribute to the Japanese designer Kenzo Takada, who has died aged 81 after contracting Covid-19 in France, describing him as a man of energy, kindness and talent whose international outlook and attitude towards womens clothes were ahead of their time.
Models and designers took to social media to pay tributes to Takada, who was commonly referred to by his given name, Kenzo.
So sad to hear of your loss today will always remember your smile and humble demeanour and posit…

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