The French lifestyle brand that combines stellar music with clothing has released the Kitsuné Maison Fall Winter 2011 lookbook. Kitsuné has collaborated once again with Jean-Philippe Delhomme, whom it has worked with before on previous collections and the French designer/writer has brought the usual charm to the table. His drawings are edgy, yet classic, but most distinguishable are the dry humorous captions at the bottom of each picture. Delhomme describes the collection saying, "I like also the fact that Maison Kitsuné's clothes have a certain classic style, a slightly ironic twisted bourgeois. And it stands for his Parisian identity when everybody wants to be contemporary Americana." This representation of la French touch is exactly what has me crazy over this this brand.
Looking at the Kitsuné Maison Fall Winter 2011 lookbook is a multi-layered experience, incorporating more than just fashion but humor and art as well, much like the diversity of the Kitsune brand itself.
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