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Maison Kitsuné

Back in 2013, Maison Kitsuné founders Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki opened two coffee spots in Paris and Tokyo named Café Kitsuné. The opening marked the expansion of the brand from music and fashion labels into the lifestyle market.  Now the French brand has since announced the launch of Café Kitsuné tableware, clothing, and accessories straight from the coffee shop.

Tableware includes crockery, tumblers, and water glasses, and the ready-to-wear items are prepped for the streets of Paris. Shoppers can choose between sweatshirts, T-shirts, tote bags, and caps, which all come in beige. Accessory-wise, trinkets such as iPhone cases, keyrings, and pens are also available.

As part of its café collection, Kitsuné has collaborated with designers Alix D. Reynis and Astier de Villatte on a limited edition ceramic plate and a cup inspired by the paper cups used at the cafés.

For those looking to cop, all the pieces available online now.

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A Berlin-based gal from Brum.

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