Kenzo dresses Paris 2024 delegation in Rio



Kenzo has designed clothes for the Paris 2024 delegation leading the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games bid. The delegation wears the Kenzo creations for the first time in Rio. 

The Paris 2024 delegation held a press conference in Rio at the main press center to present the French capital’s bid. During this high-profile event, the delegation addressed the large contingent of international media present in Brazil, counting more than 20,000 journalists.

Kenzo has designed clothes for the members of the Paris 2024 delegation in Rio accompanying French President François Hollande: bid Co-Chairman Tony Estanguet, the Mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo, Team France Flag Bearer Teddy Riner, Muriel Hurtis, Athletic Ambassador of the bid, and Étienne Thobois, Paris 2024 Bid Chief Executive.

Etienne Thobois, Muriel Hurtis © Paris 2024 / LVMH

“Kenzo and the LVMH Group are magnificent ambassadors of France and French elegance and art de vivre,” said Tony Estanguet. “They fully embody the values of French excellence and creativity that we are championing and promoting with the international community through our bid to host the 2024 Games.”

This kick-off press conference will be followed by a series of showcase events, including official receptions and evenings during which Kenzo will support the French Bid Committee as part of the official partnership between the LVMH Group and Paris 2024.

The LVMH Group and Kenzo are proud to support the bid by the city of Paris and the colors of France. With its dynamic energy and urban chic, Kenzo is a natural partner to Paris 2024, sharing a vision inspired by achievement and respect through superb quality products and a multicultural heritage.