COLLECTION: Maison Kitsuné X LE GRAMME

Maison Kitsuné X LE GRAMME words Andrea Ward - images courtesy of Maison Kitsuné at SANE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maison Kitsuné is more than just a fashion label as the Paris-meets-Tokyo brand encompasses fashion, music, and a cafe under its multifaceted creative umbrella. The emblematic fox of Maison Kitsuné is a very unique reference which combines the Parisian and Tokyoite influences of its founders and not, the mysterious Kitsuné fox appears on LE GRAMME's Sterling silver bracelets and decorative objects. 

 

LE GRAMME and Maison Kitsuné share the same common values and genuine passion for Japanese culture and, therefore, are the best partners one could have when it comes to creating a sophisticated and cool collection of fine jewellery. LE GRAMME is aesthetically uncompromised, minimal yet effectively sophisticated creating timeless pieces that perfectly represent the brand's design approach.

 

Symbol of its versatile sensitivity, the Kitsuné fox - a magic spirit (Yōkai) blessed with special powers, an intelligent and curious mind, and is something of a trickster - take centre stage in this collection. The Maison Kitsuné fox explores the use of precious metals, something common and part of the LE GRAMME identity and comes in the form of bracelets and key-rings which are machined in 925 Sterling silver then affixed with a dark blue lacquer, the fox seems to walk along the infinite line of the iconic LE GRAMME bracelets: the 7 g, 15 g and 21 g in a brushed smooth version. 

 

The bracelets in brushed smooth 925 Sterling silver 7 g retails at 240 €. The 15 g at 320 €, and the 21 g at 360 €.

The Key-ring in polished smooth 925 Sterling silver 13 g retails at 185 €.

Prices for the Foxes in polished smooth 925 Sterling silver 29 g, 61 g, 203 g are on demand.

 

The exclusive Maison Kitsuné × Le Gramme collaboration is available now in Maison Kitsuné boutiques and online on maisonkitsune.fr.

 

 

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