THE NEW KITSUNÉ ON THE BLOCK

STYLE/DESIGN

THE NEW KITSUNÉ ON THE BLOCK

French-Japanese lifestyle brand graces the NoMad Hotel

Text: Periscope / Store Photos: Clément Pascal / Party Photos: Patrick McMullan / Catalog photo: Haruko Fujimoto

Typically, a "lifestyle" brand includes a core line of products and carries other items that complement its brand philosphy. But when the brand is in the hands of the French Japanese duo behind Kitsuné (the Japanese word for fox), Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki, you know it's serious (though not without a sense of humor).  Their new location in the NoMad Hotel was designed by Kuroki himself and Anna Vignale in conjunction with New York based TBD Architecture & Design Studio. There, they have housed their distinct line of clothing, various music products from the Kitsuné recording label, and other carefully curated products. It's an exciting addition to the neighborhood that was once the center of culture at the turn of the century.

Maison Kitsuné
1170 Broadway, New York NY

05.07.2012

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