Paul Kenzie is a design brand that does not like mediocrity, is prepared with care and represents quality and comfort.
Can you share with us the story of the emergence of your brand?
PAUL KENZIE is inspired by the French Painter Paul Cézanne, known as the father of modern art. Paul Cezanne; It has been a source of inspiration for us both with the power of design and the expressive sensitivity of colors and with its attitude that does not fit the classical perspective movement.
The name Kenzie, which originates from Scotland, means creative, modern and cheerful, which stands out with its extraordinary clothing and natural beauty.
Are there any artists who inspire your designs? If yes, who are the ones that affect you the most?
We are inspired by post modern art movement and post modern artists
Could you briefly inform us about the emergence and production processes of your designs?
Paul Kenzie, while renewing all its collections, to become a strong company that produces women's / men's underwear, home and sleep wear, beach wear, socks. It was established with the aim of taking its place at the top of the consumer's preference list with its designs that prioritize comfort and comfort, and gaining the respect of the consumer as well as its admiration.
How do you ensure to be original in a production and consumption cycle where everything is the same?
We move forward in a unique line by combining our creativity with the difference we create in our designs and product presentations.
What is the most important feature that makes your brand different from others?
Each collection and product we design has a story. Within these stories, our products have their own unique character, and this, in our opinion, is the most important feature that keeps Paul Kenzie alive and distinguishes it from others.
What are the 3 words that describe your brand philosophy and you?
Originality, Freedom, Innovative
As a local and original designer, what are the most challenging things in market conditions?
We do not reflect these price differences to our customers in the face of increasing costs due to adverse economic conditions.
What would be your advice to young designers who want to establish their own local brand?
They should be determined, patient, know what they want and work with the right people.