NEW YORK — Maison Kitsune, a French retailer with its own fashion and music labels, today opens its first U.S. outpost, a 1,200-square-foot unit at 1170 Broadway and 28th Street in the NoMad Hotel.
Maison Kitsune, with windows on three sides, is a bright antidote to the NoMad’s black walls, black and gold fabrics and Art Nouveau and Art Deco references. The store feels like a bourgeois Parisian apartment, said co-owner Masaya Kuroki, referring to the marble accents, European white oak parquet floors and iron and glass fixtures.
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