Having recently opened a new flagship in NYC, French fashion house and music label Maison Kitsuné has now made its first move into the fragrance market. Teaming up with perfumer James Heeley of Heeley Parfums — who has previously worked with the brand on its scented candles — Kitsuné’s debut eau de parfum mixes British, French and Japanese influences.
Titled “Note du Yuzu,” the fragrance’s main scent comes from the yuzu fruit — a reference to traditional Japanese yuzu baths. Other elements of the fragrance include sea salt, Vetiver d’Haiti and white musk. “Note du Yuzu” is set to drop from all Maison Kitsuné stores and Heeley retailers on September 28, with prices ranging from £90 GBP (approx. $120 USD) for a 50 ml bottle to £125 GBP (approx. $170 USD) for a 100ml bottle.
For more from Maison Kitsuné, check out our interview with the Parisian label’s founders from earlier this year.