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According to Limite-
Maison Kitsune is pleased to announce its expansion with a second outpost located at 5 Rivington Street, on New York’s Lower East Side.
Conceived by Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki, brand co-founders and creative directors, the new 700-square-foot venue continues to communicate the brand’s heritage uniting fashion, music and design, and is the second Maison Kitsuné boutique in the United States to welcome men’s, women’s, and accessories collections.
“The Lower East Side is the ideal neighborhood to unveil our second boutique,” says Founder Loaëc. “There’s an independent vibe and a natural convergence of music and fashion here that perfectly reflects the spirit of Maison Kitsuné.”
The Rivington boutique is modeled after the New York flagship, which is located on the ground floor of the NoMad Hotel at West 28th Street and Broadway, however offers a more feminine and intimate space within New York’s downtown scene.
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Fusing the Lower East Side’s artistic roots and historically avant-garde spirit with minimalistic Japanese aesthetics, Kuroki creates a unique retail experience featuring tiled tin ceilings, varnished oak parquet floors, and off-white walls. Accents such as vintage 1950s porcelain lamps, botanical wallpaper, and a courtyard garden further convey touches of nostalgia and introduce a warm environment inviting guests to relax, immerse themselves in downtown culture and enjoy their shopping experience.
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In celebration of and keeping with tradition, the store is also launching its own Maison Kitsuné Rivington exclusives, which feature a gray cotton sweatshirt and t-shirt with the signature tricolor patch among various patterned shapes, sold for a limited time solely at the boutique.
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