A glimpse of Maison Kitsuné SS15. Credit: Billy Farrell Agency
On the evening of Monday, September 8th, Parisian label Maison Kitsuné showed their mens and women’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection as part of MADE Fashion Week. The presentation, entitled #EffortlessFrench, was held at The Standard, High Line, and marked the label’s first official presentation during New York Fashion Week.
The men behind the brand: Gildas Loaëc & Masaya Kuroki. Credit: Billy Farrell Agency
The collection, spearheaded by co-founders and Creative Directors Gildas Loaëc & Masaya Kuroki, embodied the lightness and wearability of what #EffortlessFrench styling is; a base in neutrals paired with whimsical pastel print elements, classic stripes and checks, made of totally wearable textiles.
The menswear GAWD himself, Nick Wooster. Credit: Billy Farrell Agency
The crowd was full of tastemakers and cool kids. I personally spotted everyone’s favorite man in menswear, Nick Wooster, it-girl Kilo Kish, stylist Cleo Wade, and MADE Fashion Week co-founder Jenne Lombardo.
Overall, the collection was very strong and wearable, and we know I’m ALL for wearability! Below, you can see my top looks for both men and women. Can’t wait for the collection to drop!
Bias-cut geometric print dress. Credit: Emily Anne Faultstich
Silver jacquard sheath dress worn over black sheer blouse with tie. Credit: Emily Anne Faultstich
*FAVORITE* Neon salmon cape worn over pink/white lace printed skinny pants. Credit: Emily Anne Faultstich
Olive bomber and hat worn with white tee and khakis. Credit: Emily Anne Faultstich
Black + white gingham suit worn over white tee. Credit: Emily Anne Faultstich
*FAVORITE* Multi-color palm print bomber jacket worn over navy oxford shirt, with white pants. Credit: Emily Anne Faultstich
Until the collection drops, feel free to listen to some jams on their website. They have a record label as well, so get into it!