Maison Kitsuné SoPi

Maison Kitsuné SoPi

Sometimes, Paris and Tokyo are just a step apart. That is amply demonstrated by the Maison Kitsuné, which mixes French spirit with Japanese soul in an array of ultra-contemporary variations.

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Kitsune is the Japanese word for “fox”, an emblematic animal for the brand’s two creators, Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki, who have turned the creature into an ever-present logo on their clothes. But not just on their clothes, because Kitsuné's business stretches beyond the fashion world, into music, where it is recognised for its various electro compilations, and hospitality, having rolled out its Café Kitsuné concept in Paris and Tokyo.

The versatile Franco-Japanese duo, who joined forces in 2002, are developing their very own brand of art de vivre – cool, sophisticated, and contemporary. To see for yourself, take a look around this store, decorated by the prominent Milanese interior design agency Dimore Studio, and discover their multi-purpose wardrobe, which combines all the latest international trends. The collections are deliberately minimalist, with lots of straight lines and delicate prints, but they also dare to be different, with unexpected touches, unstructured forms and stark contrasts. Stealthy and flamboyant at the same time… Just like a fox.

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68 rue Condorcet
75009 Paris 9ème

    Days and opening hours

    Every day throughout the year Opening hours on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday between 11.30 am and 7.30 pm. On Saturday between 11 am and 7.30 pm. Closed Monday and Sunday.



    Spoken languages

    • French
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