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Café Kitsuné sets its sights on Bangkok in 2020

The cult café is heading to Southeast Asia for the first time

  • Karina Curlewis
  • 18 June 2020
Café Kitsuné sets its sights on Bangkok in 2020

Café Kitsuné is confirmed to arrive in Bangkok at a prime location inside EmQuartier mall in Q3 of 2020, which will be part of the new brick-and-mortar store of chic fashion label Maison Kitsuné.

The music label fused Parisian fashion brand was originally founded by Gildas Loaëc, the artistic director of duo Daft Punk as well as designer, and architect Masaya Kuroki. Together, the founders have created a lasting café concept over the past 18 years.

Known for their signature iconic fox (kitsune) biscuits and a well-curated café playlist, the Paris-meets-Tokyo café will surely be a welcome addition to Bangkok's bustling café scene.

Café Kitsuné is currently spread across globally New York, Shanghai, Seoul and Tokyo.

As for the origins of Maison Kitsuné, the Parisian electronic music label began in 2002 and gradually progressed into fashion with distinct graphics, emblems and street-inspired statement collections for everyday wear by 2005.

Kitsuné has also released music by artists like Digitalism, Boys Noize, Klaxons, Hot Chip, Two Door Cinema Club, Citizens!, Simian Mobile Disco and more.

Image via Maison Kitsuné