Kenzo Takada, a Japanese-French fashion designer, has died, who has established himself as a brand in the world of perfumes skin care products, and clothes over the years especially in the Asian market. Kenzo was born in the house of Japanese parents but moved to France with his partner.
Quick Facts: Kenzo Takada
|Birthday||February 27, 1939|
Kenzo Takada passed away on the 4th of October in 2020 at the age of 81 years and his cause of death has been specified as the infection of Covid-19 by the spokesperson to French Media. The death news of Kenzo has traveled across the world and his family is deeply mourning right now.
Japanese designer Kenzo Takada dies from Covid-19, aged 81 https://t.co/IkUACwncoR
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) October 4, 2020
10 Facts on Kenzo Takada
- The details from Wikipedia dates the birth of Kenzo Takada on the 27th of February in 1939 and he passed away at the age of 81 years old in 2020.
- The fashion designer was born in Himeji, Hyogo, Japan so his nationality is Japanese but he moved to France for fashion designing and died there.
- There is no information related to the family of Kenzo on the internet. The names of his parents and siblings are unknown.
- Kenzo was never married so he has no wife and children today. he was in a relationship with Xavier de Castella who died in 1990 due to AIDS.
- The fashion designer attended Kobe City University of Foreign Studies but dropped out due to the death of his father.
- Takada graduated with an Alma mater from Bunka Fashion College after enrolling in 1958. He won the fashion design competition while studying in Bunka.
- The fashion designer traveled to various places in the boat before he finally reached Paris on the 1st of January in 1965.
- Kenzo worked in the Fashion industry for more than two decades before retiring in 1999 and he started to pursue a career in art. He left his company.
- On the 17th of January in 2020, the fashion designer launched a new lifestyle brand under the name of K3.
- The net worth of Kenzo Takada was estimated at $185 million before his death.