Delving further into their concept of the “Art de Vivre”, Parisian-Japanese label Maison Kitsuné and END. share their first collaborative collection, “Café Club”, in honour of the British retailer’s 15th Anniversary.
Founded in 2002 by Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki, Kitsuné embodies a continually shifting and unique perspective on contemporary creativity, engaging with fashion, music, cafés, bars and restaurants respectively. Celebrating this intrinsically versatile approach to their output, END. and Maison Kitsuné deliver the “Café Club” collection, a varied offering of apparel and accessories that convey Parisian attitude with a casual stylistic intent.
Presenting a 12-piece capsule, the two brands champion café culture, paying tribute to the pleasure of enjoying coffee in Café Kitsuné’s iconic locations around the world with a new interpretation of Maison Kitsuné’s signature fox logo. Featuring French illustrator Quentin Monge’s artwork across sweatshirts, t-shirts, coffee mugs, tote bags and iPhone cases, this offering encapsulates the essence of Parisian cafés, imparting a chic and effortlessly cool outlook that is brimming with Maison Kitsuné’s trademark stylistic sensibility and charming approach to design.
The END. x Maison Kitsuné “Café Club” collection is available for registration online now via END. Launches.