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MAISON KITSUNÉ

MAISON KITSUNÉ

Maison Kitsuné was founded in Paris in in 2002 by Gildas Loaëc, a former manager of the French band Daft Punk, and Japanese architect Masaya Kuroki. Loaëc and Kuroki came together to oversee the production of Daft Punk’s anime film Interstella 5555, and developed the concept for Kitsuné – a one-of-a-kind brand that combines their two stylistically intertwined interests: fashion and music. The name « Kitsuné », meaning « fox » in Japanese is a symbol of versatility and symbolises fashions way to adapt to changing circumstances. The brand is known for its minimalistic, clean Parisian sportswear with original prints and its own take on the use of materials and details. The fit is reminiscent of American sportswear in the 1950’s, clean, fitted but comfortable. Maison Kitsuné is found at both the AART stores, Rotterdam and Hillegersberg stores and online in our webstore.

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