Kitsune Maison 10 & Kitsune "Reporter" 2011 Spring/Summer Collection

Continuing the essence of a sophisticated – well groomed gentleman, vogue French label Kitsuné

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Continuing the essence of a sophisticated – well groomed gentleman, vogue French label Kitsuné presents a video teaser of their upcoming SS 2011 collection alluding to a theme of a travelling man. Directed by Parisian producers Fabien Constant and Loïc Prigent and set to a sound track from the forthcoming Kitsuné Maison 10” the Fireworks Issue,” the teaser captures the label`s personality through a fun competition between the models. A classic dress code is balanced with contemporary fitting, lively colours and light fabrics set the tone for the season. Enjoy!

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