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Kenzo Takada, first Japanese designer to conquer Paris fashion, dies aged 81

Bangkok Post Sunday, 4 October 2020
PARIS: Japan's most famous fashion designer Kenzo Takada, founder of the global Kenzo brand, died in Paris on Sunday aged 81 after contracting Covid-19, his spokesman said.
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According to 'The New York Times,' Takada died on Sunday at a hospital in Paris in the middle of Paris Fashion Week.

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