Having fun with Maison Kitsuné.
In the frenzy of Paris Fashion Week, Maison Kitsuné managed to deliver a dynamic Spring/Summer 2017 collection, yet maintaining the modern and refined tone of voice of the French-Japanese brand. When pop culture meets the cool kids of Paris, the brand unveils a dynamic and playful upcoming offering.
Paying tribute to French film director Jacques Tati – Monsieur Hulot’s Holidays (1953), My Uncle (1958), Maison Kitsuné honoured the details and the background inspiration behind the creative’s pieces of work, jumping back in the post-war society of consumerism in France. Jacques Tati rightfully reflected the fashion and lifestyle of a world always striving for technological advance, and constantly wondering what the future would hold.
In a fantasized, naive and merry atmosphere, the Maison Kitsuné Spring/Summer 2017 Collection featured fish-shaped it-accessories, embroidered beige tote bags and colour block caps. Lurex lightweight sweaters were combined with classic tailored trousers while striped fitted shirts were emphasized with a “Maison Renard” embroidered jacket. With its graphic tees, eclectic and colourful silhouettes, the Maison Kitsuné Spring/Summer 2017 Collection is a fair illustration of how versatile – and humorous – the Parisian menswear wardrobe is.
See the full Maison Kitsuné Spring/Summer 2017 Collection which showcased at Paris Fashion Week below: