In the latest instalment of BoF and i-D’s series of short videos starring the cast of ‘Fashion At Work,’ Carol Lim and Humberto Leon, co-creative directors of Kenzo, tell us what they would do if they didn’t work in the fashion industry.
LONDON, United Kingdom — During Paris Fashion Week, The Business of Fashion and i-D unveiled ‘Fashion At Work,’ a short film directed by Aaron Rose, starring members of the BoF 500. Each day over the following weeks, key figures from the film have been discussing their reflections on working in the global fashion industry.
Today, Carol Lim and Humberto Leon, co-creative directors of Kenzo, and the duo that founded Opening Ceremony, tell us what they would do if they didn’t work in fashion, and explain why the kookiest things about fashion are the people and the pace of the industry. Stay tuned over the coming days, as top names including Derek Blasberg and Katie Grand share their thoughts.
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