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May 23, 2022
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Kitsuné’s Paris-Meets-Tokyo Cafe, Gallery, and Cocktail Bar in Brooklyn
A distinctly “Paris meets Tokyo” vibe has always defined Kitsuné, a multifaceted brand that encompasses a fashion house, music label, and series of cafes founded by Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki. The label, which has 38 locations worldwide, recently opened its latest outpost: a former bistro on a tree-lined block in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, that features a cafe, gallery, cocktail bar, and boutique. Kuroki drew inspiration from the neighborhood’s convivial mood when envisioning the interiors, which feature a white oak–paneled counter, preserved brick walls, and large street-facing windows that drench the gallery and cafe with natural light.
Visitors can sip full-bodied Café Kitsuné coffee while browsing the label’s assortment of ready-to-wear (the latest: an exclusive capsule by Michal Loba), tableware, and accessories displayed on white oak shelving. Also available is Objets, a small épicerie that offers classic coffee beans and homemade granola thanks to a partnership with local bakery Burrow. Wander over to Galerie Kitsuné, a…
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