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Kenzo Gets Into Astrology, Aptly Calls It Kenzodiac

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    There are those casual astrology fans who sporadically check their scopes, and there are the ones who have downloaded multiple apps, signed up for email newsletters, and — obviously — follow The AstroTwins' advice very closely. While we won't divulge which category we fall under, it's good to know that one of our favorite French fashion brands understands our obsession, minor or major. Enter: Kenzodiac.

    Not just a perfect portmanteau, Kenzodiac is the latest feature to be launched from the Humberto Leon and Carol Lim-lead line. Unlike the horoscopes you'll find in the back of a tabloid, these don't just touch on topics like your love life and work drama, but also serve up monthly sun-sign readings in true, quirky, Kenzo fashion. Just take a look at the manga-style illustrations by Julien Ceccaldi that accompany Kenzodiac's horoscopes. Plus, the site — currently only around for summer '14 — gives monthly suggestion for what your sign should be shopping. We know, "the stars made me do it" is not a valid excuse, but a little astro-retail guidance couldn't hurt.

    Ahead, see some of the original illustrations and click over to Kenzodiac for your June forecast.

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