Maison Kitsune opens first store in Vietnam 

(Source: Maison Kitsune)

Luxury fashion house Maison Kitsune has opened its first physical presence in Vietnam in conjunction with local distributor Tam Son International. 

The store, located on Trang Tien, one of Hanoi’s busiest streets, combines French and Japanese influences, as well as Vietnamese fine arts and local cultural identity.

The store features a stone-paved facade and a warm colour tone running throughout, with four interconnected sections divided by wooden walls inspired by wicker art, furniture, and ceiling lighting, trying to commemorate Vietnamese heritage and workmanship.

Maison Kitsune’s store setting, according to the firm, captures the essence of the “Paris – Tokyo meets” lifestyle. Kitsune’s signature is light oak, herringbone floors, and marble counters, which highlight the brand’s minimalist design philosophy.

Created in 2002 by Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki, Maison Kitsune offers a variety of brands including Art de Vivre integrating a fashion brand (Maison Kitsune), music label (Kitsune Musique), and coffee shops (Cafe Kitsune). 

The company operates in several countries and territories, including Thailand, Hong Kong, Japan, and the United States. In 2021, the brand made its debut in Beijing, China. 

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