The latest Maison Kitsuné menswear lookbook, for Fall/Winter 2016, by photographer Pierpaolo Ferrari. Ponyboy magazine.

MAISON KITSUNÉ
F/W 2016

  • The latest Maison Kitsuné menswear lookbook, for Fall/Winter 2016, by photographer Pierpaolo Ferrari. Pony boy magazine NY.
  • The Fall/Winter 2016 menswear lookbook for Maison Kitsuné. Photographed by Pierpaolo Ferrari. Pony boy magazine NY.
  • F/W16 menswear lookbook for Maison Kitsuné. Photographed by Pierpaolo Ferrari. Pony boy magazine NY.
  • Fall/Winter 2016 menswear lookbook for Maison Kitsuné. Photographed by Pierpaolo Ferrari. Pony boy magazine NY.
  • The F/W16 menswear lookbook for Maison Kitsuné. Photographed by Pierpaolo Ferrari. Pony boy magazine NY.
  • F/W 2016 menswear lookbook for Maison Kitsuné. Photographed by Pierpaolo Ferrari. Pony boy magazine NY.
  • The Fall/Winter 2016 Maison Kitsuné menswear lookbook, photographed by Pierpaolo Ferrari. Pony boy magazine NY.
  • The latest Maison Kitsuné menswear lookbook, for Fall/Winter 2016. Photographed by Pierpaolo Ferrari. Pony boy magazine NY.
  • The latest Maison Kitsuné menswear lookbook, for F/W16. Photographed by Pierpaolo Ferrari. Pony boy magazine NY.
  • The latest Maison Kitsuné menswear lookbook, for F/W16, by photographer Pierpaolo Ferrari. Pony boy magazine NY.

MAISON KITSUNÉ F/W 2016

“LOVE RISES” MEN’S COLLECTION

From the imagination of co-founders and creative directors Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki, Maison Kitsuné pays homage to its Japanese heritage this Fall-Winter 2016 season.

With the aesthetic and dreamscape created by Hayao Miyazaki in acclaimed, animated film The Wind Rises, the collection takes off for distant shores in 1930s aviary fashion.

The << Love Rises >> men’s collection introduces Japanese silhouettes, comfortable, cool and elegant in shades of navy blue and gray with green, which are brought to life in dashes of bright blue, mauve and red. In a combination of daring colors and motifs, patchwork further the palette for an exciting, juxtaposed effect.

Materials also return to native lands in organic textiles: cotton, flannel, broadcloth and velvet.

Icons of Mount Fuji and the Rising Sun recur among pop prints – in aviator or camouflage – in playful celebration of the casual, chic edge that defines the Maison Kitsuné man.

Finally classic, season-to-season styles are revisited and meticulously redone: the bomber jacket is envisioned in raw- edge felted wool; the aviator jacket adopts technical twill with a faux shearling collar; and the duffle coat goes incognito with camouflage jacquard broadcloth.

 Photography Pierpaolo Ferrari.

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