For the Kenzo Pre-Fall 2014 collection, they wanted to observe both the ordinary elements of northwestern America and their reflection. They approached the collection with a view of portraying the everyday as distorted, classic as two-faced, the norm as twisted and the familiar as slightly skewed.

The silhouette is fluid with feminine draping. They emphasized the obvious through enriching black and white blocks with lines reminiscent of fluorescent tubes typical in American diners. Eye-catching pop-solids enhance the palette with citrus yellows, Kenzo green, fuchsia and sapphire.

The focus on contrasting elements continues into accessories where pumps feature printed wood enamel and metallic tigers. Reptile skin pochettes appear along with porte-documents and belts reading fire. For jewelry, opposites attract and metalized squares, circles and spheres stand alongside each other on necklaces and earrings.