Kenzo Logo

Kenzo Logo
Japanese designer Kenzo Takada created the luxury fashion house Kenzo in 1970, six years after he moved to Paris from Tokyo.

Meaning and history

Kenzo Logo


The creative spirit characteristic of the brand has definitely influenced the Kenzo logo. Each letter of the name of the label is made up of parallel lines. Instead of a single line, the designer has used three parallel lines. The only exception is the diagonal bar in the letter “N” – there is only one thin line, which creates a visual center of the design.
Inside the “O,” the word “Paris” is placed. For it, a generic sans serif type is used.