Maison Kitsuné Expands Into The Art World

The fashion brand and music label opens its first gallery in Brooklyn to highlight new and emerging art

The multi-faceted, French-Japanese fashion brand and music label Maison Kitsuné (which garnered a cult following for its Tokyo-meets-Paris minimalism and luxury) recently opened its first art gallery. A sunlit space in Brooklyn’s Boerum Hill, Galerie Kitsuné is dedicated to celebrating emerging artists and does so with the same whimsy as it does with apparel and music. Presented in collaboration with art magazine balcony, the gallery’s …

Isabella Pouch

In collaboration with Eastpak, Maison Kitsuné has turned its iconic fox logo into a camouflage pattern. Featuring a black spring-hook lanyard, the bag is covered in foxes of all sizes in different shades of blue. With a volume of two liters and an exterior made from ultra-durable fabric, the pouch can be used as a purse, dopp kit or tech pouch.

Maison Kitsuné + Toiletpaper’s Collaborative Collection

Kittens, brains, toothpaste and more from the French and Italian names

Following collaborations with the likes of ADER Error, Eastpak and more, Maison Kitsuné teamed up with Toiletpaper (aka artist Maurizio Cattelan and photographer Pierpaolo Ferrari) and the results are a perfect blend of each brand’s identity. Combining the publication’s sometimes kitsch, oftentimes retro style to the brand’s signature straightforward style, there are kitten-covered hoodies, T-shirts emblazoned with brains being chopped in two, sweaters with dripping …