Crazy Like Kitsune

Maison Kitsuné’s little New York store is already celebrating its first birthday. Located in NoMad, an area of Manhattan so newly gentrified that it’s less of a bustling shopping district than a NoMad’s land, the boutique is leading a wave of high-profile residents moving into the area, including the NoMad Hotel, Dover Street Market, and Iosselliani jewelry.


The French-Japanese label that started as a record label, and whose name means fox in Japanese, takes its quirky aesthetic from a mash-up of high-low, preppy-grunge, French-American influences — seen in the mix of proper plaids and mudflap decals of the various items of a capsule collection marking the first anniversary.

Maison Kitsuné, 1170 Broadway, NYC

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