"They have optimism and it's very inclusive. They make fashion fun for everyone. Kenzo is such a fantastic heritage brand and they've injected something new into it - it's so desirable and wearable. And joyful - and that's what fashion is about," said Vogue fashion editor Fran Burns after the show, which was inspired by the vibrant jungles of Asia.
There was a camouflage leopard print in yellow and blue, and it came in orange and green later. Dresses that ran off the shoulder were seriously desirable, effortless and casual and featured throughout the collection. They also cleverly drew on the house's signature style.
At this Paris fashion week Kenzo has showed it's best!