In 1964, Kenzo Takada embarked on a grand adventure, leaving Japan for Paris, where he began designing garments the fashion world was not accustomed to. At 80, his energetic approach to fashion continues to enthrall.
Pieces for the home inspired by fabled adventurers and audacious inventors.
Kenzo Takada has rerouted his style from runway to residential reimagining for French furniture maison Roche Bobois.
Roche Bobois enlists the help of Maison Christian Lacroix to create a mélange of design elements from each era of 20th-century French history.
Celebrating the French furniture company’s 50th anniversary, the Jean Paul Gaultier collection for Roche Bobois is bold yet elegant, made up of a bedroom set, furniture pieces, and complementary accessories.