The style is Paris-meets-Tokyo blending both founders heritage and stylistic influences to create a unique and diverse style. Contemporary with elements drawn from the past and stylistic viewpoints of both founders. Focusing on comfort and simplicity, laid-back cool and an overall current feel. Colour is always a main player throughout the collections while experimentation with different fabrics and patterns also are foundational to the brands look.
Originally a record label founded in 2002 by Gildas Loaëc – the ex-manager of Daft Punk - and Masaya Kuroki - a Japanese architect - French label Maison Kitsuné has gained an industry-wide reputation for combining traditional standards of production with a contemporary attitude. Always boasting an elegance about throughout each collection each season usually revolves around the idealism found in minimalist Parisian designs; with vibrant prints and embroidery featuring prominently. You can browse the latest Maison Kitsuné arrivals at Dandy Fellow below.