galleryKenzo Through the Years (Photos)01.18.13galleryKenzo Through the Years (Photos)01.18.13 9:45 AM ETPierre Verdy, AFP/Getty Leon and Lim’s first show for Fall 2012 drew stars such as P. Diddy and tastemakers such as Jean-Paul Goude. Daily Mail, Rex/Alamy A model from one of Kenzo’s early shows in 1977. Michel Desjardins/Gamma-Rapho Kenzo Takada, the brand’s visionary namesake, in his Paris workshop in 1972. Pierre Vauthey, Sygma/Corbis A model shows off Kenzo’s eclectic prints during the brand’s mid-80’s heyday. Pierre Vauthey, Sygma/Corbis The Spring/Summer 1988 show, with its barefoot models, displayed a bohemian insouciance. Pierre Vauthey, Sygma/Corbis Two years before Takada sold his brand to LVMH, he created a rainbow-hued show for Fall 1991. Daily Mail, Rex/Alamy After Takada’s departure, the brand struggled to find a clear designer vision. Giovanni Giannoni/Fairchild Photo Service/CondÃ© Nast/Corbis Enter Leon and Lim, creators of Opening Ceremony and arbiters extraodinaires of taste, who have quickly turned Kenzo into a cutting-edge name.