Japanese designer Kenzo Takada died in Paris on Sunday due to COVID-19-related complications. He was 81. Famous for his international luxury fashion house Kenzo, he inaugurated his flagship store in Paris' Place des Victoires in 1976. A native of Himeji, Japan, over the next thirty years, Takada launched a perfume empire, and, in 1993, sold his brand to luxury conglomerate LVMH. In 1999, he retired to pursue other creative pursuits. In January of 2020, he launched his K-3 brand.
Police have fired tear gas at civil liberty protesters attending a demonstration in Paris.
The rally is against a new security law prohibiting images of police officers from being shared.
The bill had been popular with the public after recent terrorist attacks.
Protesters argue the new law will allow police brutality to go unpunished.
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