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George Kenneth Scott, known as Ken Scott, was originally from America (Indiana, USA), and was one of the protagonists of Italaian and International Fashion in the 1960s and 1970s.

His name and success are mainly due to the extraordinary creations of designs and color combinations for printed fabrics produced by printwork in the provncie of Como.

A student at the famous Parsons School of Design and Moses Soyer of New York, he began his artistic activity as a painter, supported by Peggy Guggenheim, who organized his first personal exhibition.

He then joined, through the world of fashion, accessories and interior decoration through for fabrics and prêt à porter, first under the brand name "FALCONETTO" and then "KEN SCOTT"

Today the Ken Scott brand and the designs, considered as a "cult" Fashion can be found in a several lines of Italian-made products.

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