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In the wake of spring, Maison Kitsuné introduces the “Reishiki” – Japanese for “bowing ceremony” – capsule collection, respectfully paying homage to its Japanese heritage with clean, minimalist designs inspired by the traditional garb worn by judokas, practitioners of the martial art of judo.

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Co-founders and creative directors Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki further translate the collection into juxtaposing yet zen black and white cotton with pop graphic logos featuring red circles as well as red, white and blue triangles, nods to the brand’s Franco-Japanese origins.

Set against the backdrop of Yoyogi Parc in Tokyo by rising talent, Chinese photographer Ren Hang, the Maison Kitsuné “Reishiki” capsule collection will be available in stores and online starting April 4th.

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