Maison Kitsuné

The name Kitsuné means fox in Japanese and is a symbol of versatility. Maison Kitsuné, the French fashion brand and record label founded in 2002, was created by Gildas Loaëc, a former manager of the electronic music duo Daft Punk and architect Masaya Kuroki. Season after season, Loaëc and Kuroki have delivered collections that showcase their contemporary vision of fashion as influenced by Paris and Tokyo, while the classics are constantly reinvented, making them timeless through a daring use of color, prints and materials.

In Maison Kitsuné, Design Miami/ found the perfect collaborator to elaborate the Alcorn identity in a mini-capsule collection, from the simple, vaguely ‘60s style underpinnings of the brand, to their Paris boutique designed
by Designer of the Future alum Max Lamb. They have proved a perfect fit.

The collection is available at the fair, The Webster Miami and at Kitsuné stores in Hong Kong, Paris, Tokyo and New York City.