#2166 What’s in store at Maison Kitsune – the outtakes

Photos: Noah Emrich 

When you’re as obsessed with shirts, pants, tees and sweaters as I am, you spend a disproportionate amount of time searching for clothes that fit so well, you’d swear they were cut for you by the world’s greatest bespoke tailors – but at off the rack prices. Well, friends, I found them at Parisian label Maison Kitsune. Noah Emrich of NOVH fame and I shot the brand’s brand new New York outpost for T Magazine last week, and here are the results. If you’re in town, stop by for a look, if you’re in Paris, check them out at 52 Rue de Richelieu, and if you’re in just about any other major city in the world, track them down – you won’t regret it. Article spoiler alert: Kitsune is pronounced Kit-soo-nay, and it’s Japanese for fox. Thus the logo! Here are some of the photos that didn’t make it past the cutting room floor. Please enjoy.

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  1. Jenny says

    Very nice. The suit fabric and fit are entirely luscious, and I can see the results of some regular gym work-outs too. Loved the shots included in T mag, and the article. :-)

  2. isaaclikes says

    Holla! It’s my Working Style DB – I blogged about it a couple of weeks ago.
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  3. Constantinos Psychogios says

    Hey Isaac, what did you think of the linen blazer of the last photo? I’m this close to ordering it…

    Thanks in advance for the feedback!

  4. isaaclikes says

    The clothing is amazing but I would mention that the blazers were very boxy – short and a little wide through the body.

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