KENZO T-shirts are hard to miss. The statement graphic prints, including the famed tiger head, make the brand's designs super easy to spot. Classic crew-necks, long-sleeved designs and polo styles can all be found in the line-up, in bold colors and even bolder cuts. Teamed with your favorite pair of jeans or some drop-crotch shorts, they're an easy way to make an impact.
The KENZO T-Shirts Buying Guide
Established in Paris by Japanese designer Kenzo Takada, KENZO has consistently been making its mark on the fashion world since the 1970’s. Eye-catching and distinct, you can find the brand’s signature trademark gracing the fronts of their men’s t-shirts in style. Whether you’re going for multicolor or monochromatic, KENZO mixes the perfect cocktail of design between both its Asian and European roots onto its shirts. Ahead, we have curated a guide to help you narrow down and choose the right style for you, the perfect size, and how to care for your KENZO tee to prolong its lifespan.
The Most Wanted Men's KENZO T-Shirts
KENZO Short-Sleeve T-Shirts
The French luxury fashion house created an icon that can be recognized from any true fashion insider: the famed tiger head. Seen across the fronts of the short-sleeve shirts, its standout style and design makes these shirts unmistakable for any other brand. You can find this most-wanted style with the KENZO tiger head in various shades. The tees are also found with Japanese motifs, block logos, and enlarged signature eye logo graphics.
KENZO Polo Shirts
Crafted in fine pique cotton fabric, KENZO polo shirts are the new smart casual addition to your daily outfit rotation. Classic and refined, the designer brings a modern twist to this wardrobe staple by adding the KENZO signature tiger head to the chest emblem. Other polo styles include the KENZO logo across the chest, sans tiger. Polos are available in both short and long-sleeves.
KENZO Long-Sleeve T-Shirts
Colorblock designs and modern graphics set the stage for KENZO long-sleeve tees. Painted landscapes, logo embellished, dragon graphics and a wild assortment of tiger head placements can be found on the colorful variations of long-sleeve shirt styles. Made with high quality materials, KENZO long-sleeve tees are worth the investment.
The Men’s KENZO T-Shirts Sizing Guide
Love the shirts, but unsure of your size? KENZO t-shirts run true to your regular t-shirt size. Keep in mind when selecting your size that this brand runs true to French standards, so if you are in-between sizes choose the size up. Be sure to check in the shirt description and see if your shirt is a classic fit or skate fit.
Below are two charts to reference for specific size measurements in centimeters.
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How To Care For Your KENZO T-Shirts
While your shirt may be casual, it’s still important to take good care of your KENZO shirt to prolong its lifespan in your wardrobe. We recommend turning your shirts in reverse to preserve the logo or graphic before placing it in the washing machine. Machine wash on cold with similar colors. Do not bleach. Lay flat to dry in order to reduce shrinkage and to prevent graphics from fading.
Before washing, refer to the care label for any special directions that may pertain to your specific shirt.
- Does KENZO offer customization or repair services?
At this time, KENZO does not offer customization or repair services for their shirts. We recommend bringing any garment that needs repair or custom alterations to your trusted tailor or seamstress for further assistance.
- Who owns KENZO?
In 1993, LVMH, the French luxury goods company, added KENZO to its prestigious brand portfolio. Since then, it has stood beside the likes of iconic brands such as Celine, Christian Dior, Marc Jacobs and FENTY, to name a few.
- Who is the current designer of KENZO?
In 2019, Portuguese-born but Paris-based designer Felipe Oliveira Baptista took over the design reigns as creative director of KENZO. Before this role, he held the position as creative director at Lacoste for 8 years. LVMH decided he’d be a great fit for commercial growth for KENZO with his internationally-minded artistic take on business, while maintaining the brand’s whimsical style and culture.