Maison Kitsuné Draws Inspiration From South Korea for Its Fall/Winter 2015 Collection

Maison Kitsuné's Fall/Winter 2015 collection is inspired by South Korea.

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Maison Kitsuné celebrates the beauty of South Korea with its Fall/Winter 2015 collection.

For the new season, Kitsuné took inspiration from South Korea's contributions to pop culture, specifically the drawings by artist Moonassi, and the design of the South Korean flag. 

The influence from "The Land of the Morning Calm" comes to life in a soothing palette of colors, like blue, light beige, tan, grey, and black. The relaxing tones are balanced out by bold patterns, such as houndstooth, and checkered prints. The design elements come to life on a number of sophisticated sweaters and outerwear options, including bombers, duffel coats, and topcoats. 

There also promises to be graphic T-shirts and hats printed with the acronym "K.I.M.," which stands for Kitsuné Institute of Music and pays tribute to Maison Kitsuné's heritage as a record label. 

This season shows again that Maison Kitsuné can take influences from disparate places; in season's past the label has drawn from its Parisian roots, and 1960s British rock culture.

Check out the whole collection below, and wait for it to drop on Maison Kitsuné's website hopefully sooner rather than later.


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