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Maison Kitsuné opens first store in the Philippines

Maison Kitsuné has opened its first store in the Philippines, opting for Metro Manila to make its debut.

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Located on level three of the Shangri-La Plaza in the capital’s Mandaluyong district, the new Maison Kitsuné Manila boutique boasts a clean and fresh interior that incorporates both Parisian brand’s minimal French and Japanese design elements.

Inside, shoppers will find the latest Maison Kitsuné collections across ready-to-wear, bags, accessories, and shoes, all punctuated by the brand’s signature logo, the fox.

Starting off as a record label in France in 2002 by Gildas Loaëc, Masaya Kuroki and Åbäke, Maison Kitsuné is globally known among style-and-music- savvy individuals for Paris-meet-Tokyo fashion influence and its iconic fox logo.

Since its inception, the premium clothing brand has spread to fashion destinations around the world including Paris, Tokyo and New York.

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In addition to its fashion boutiques, the company has even created Cafe Kitsuné, a Maison Kitsuné-themed coffee shop with branches operating across key cities globally also.

Earlier this year, Maison Kitsuné tapped Blackpink’s Jennie Lim to front its new Baby Fox collection campaign, with the K-pop star bringing the pastel-hued collection to life, with playful shots taken by photographer, Jongha Park.