Maison Kitsuné, cool fashion and coffee
Artisans, merchants and even coffee makers, Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki, the creative duo behind Maison Kitsuné, have become exporters of the French Touch worldwide in just a few years. The preppy standards of Bostonian chic revisited with a certain Paris elan has become their uniform. Their savoir-faire and Made in France quality are their trademarks. Much more than fashion, it’s the celebration of the art of living that inspires them. Kitsuné means ‘fox’ in Japanese and is a symbol of versatility, thus it is that after establishing their legendary Palais Royal boutique, Maison Kitsuné have opened the Café Kitsuné, where fashion, music, design and good coffee meet. In the cup; Brazilian coffee beans roasted in London by the Workshop Coffee Co. On the plate; one of the Noglu pastries, like the Kitsuné shortbread in the shape of a fox, the emblem of the company.
18 Boulevard des Filles du Calvaire, Paris 11th
Open Monday to Saturday from 10:30 to 19:30
Photo: House Kitsuné - Paris