Maison Kitsuné and ADER error Return With "The Bluest Fox" Collection

The pair’s third collaboration.

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Maison Kitsuné has teamed up with South Korean label ADER error for a brand-new collection called “The Bluest Fox.” This is the third time the duo have collaborated together, following a 15-piece capsule dubbed “Just Twin Girls” and a range of athletic-inspired pieces titled “The Blue Fox Family.”

T-shirt, polo shirts, sweatshirts and jeans are branded with four different Blue Fox prints and patches. The latest collection spotlights a painterly blue fox called ‘A Kitsuné Fox,’ three fox heads wearing baseball caps layered on top of each other in the form of a ‘ADER x Maison Kitsuné’ patch, three full-bodied foxes overlapping called the ‘Layer Fox’ and the asymmetrical ‘Tetris Fox.’ In addition to the apparel, caps and socks are embroidered with the different collaborative fox logos. A standout pink colorway complements the collection’s subdued brown, white, black and gray color palette.

Take a closer look at “The Bluest Fox” collection above. The entire range is available now on Maison Kitsuné and ADER error’s websites, as well as at Maison Kitsuné store locations in Japan.

In other news, Sundae School has unveiled its Pre-Fall 2020 collection called “The Butterfly Dream.”

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