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​kenzo hits key notes thanks to british band saint etienne

The iconic British indie-dance group lends its sound to Kenzo's autumn/winter 15 collection.

by Tish Weinstock
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Jan 29 2015, 5:05pm

Individuality, survival, protection and the functional - these were the key words around which Kenzo's autumn/winter 15 menswear collection revolved. This meant cult scribbles, care labels, and unique prints, as well as layered silhouettes, waterproof nylon, and delicate parachute seams, which punctuated the collection throughout. Flashes of metallic and orange cut through rich greens and deep reds, all of which was brought to life by the dreamy notes and funky beats of Saint Etienne. Yes, that's right, Sarah Cracknell, Bob Stanley, and Pete Wiggs leant their British indie cool to the international brand. Just in case you've been living under a rock and missed this slick collaboration, you can have a listen here.

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