Brand: Maison Kitsuné

Season: FW19

Key Pieces: There are plenty of dope jackets here, but we're getting big The Matrix vibes from the high-shine trenchcoat (slide #2).

Release Date: TBC

Buy: TBC

Editor’s Notes: Having started out as a record label, it seems appropriate that Maison Kitsune would welcome in a new era under former Celine design director Yuni Ahn with a collection that taps into the brand's musical roots, namely house music in the '90s.

Staging it's first ever Paris Fashion Week presentation with the help of music platform Boiler Room, the muted collection strikes a fine balance between Maison Kitsuné's heritage and an all-new new direction, with both streetwear and workwear influences present. Sneakerheads, meanwhile, will note the chunky sneakers created in collaboration with Brandblack.

Peep the looks above and then watch Rick Owens talk about his Birkenstock from PFW below.

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