Following the success of its Maison Kitsuné Gallery, Parisian Maison Kitsuné‘s first ever pop-up shop in Hong Kong which inaugurated last March 2015, the brand settles down in the city for good with the opening of its beautiful first Maison Kitsuné Hong Kong pied-à-terre. Nestled in the famous shopping district of Causeway Bay, this new address of 80 m² reveals a post-modern chic space fusing the brand’s parisian heritage with some subtle touches of traditional Asian decors. To celebrate this opening, Maison Kitsuné has re-edited its successful “Hongkongais” capsule collection, consisting of two t-shirts in new summer colorways as well as a bowling-inspired chambray dress and short sleeves shirt. exclusively available in the store. We love this great new chapter in the inspirational Kitsuné universe.
Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki, co-founders and creative directors, have created a unique retail experience that aligns fashion, music and design, featuring industrial-style floor, black and white tiles, oak shelf with white painted wood bracket, white walls and asian antique furniture bargain-hunted in Hong Kong.
Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki conceived Maison Kitsuné in 2002. Since its inception, they’ve been unveiling a contemporary vision of fashion influenced by Paris and by Tokyo. Maison Kitsuné’s cult following recognize this perfect balance between tradition and modernity, comfort and simplicity, chic and laid-back. In the twelve years following its creation, the brand has consistently grown and increased its international influence with more than 300 sales points around the world, including four of the brand’s own boutiques in Paris, two in New York, one in Tokyo and finally the brand’s new one in Hong Kong.
Photography by Alice Moitié.
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