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Art December, 3 2013

A Recap of Le Cabinet de Curiosités New York Hosted by Maison Kitsuné

Thomas Erber – a former journalist working in fashion, travel and music – has brought his Cabinet de Curiosités to New York for the first time after previous showings in Paris, London and Berlin. For the exhibition, the ex-Vogue Homme International reporter-at-large curated a selection of goods from the likes of Common Projects, Michael Bastian, Melinda Gloss and more.

The exhibition is hosted by French brand Maison Kitsuné, whose founders Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki are longtime friends of Erber. Le Cabinet De Curiosités crosses several industries and disciplines including fashion, film, music, sports, and gadgets and brings them together under one roof. Shop the products on display here until January 31 and head on over to Selectism for the full interview with Thomas Erber.

Photography: Thomas Welch/Selectism.com

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