Urban-Chic Style for Travelers

A partnership between Maison Kitsuné and Eastpak

The pictures of the collection resulting from the collaboration between Eastpak and Maison Kitsuné evoke the idea of a journey for two people, an adventure in desert landscapes riding an off-road motorcycle.

Modern, elegant and casual outfits, designed by the Paris-based fashion house, meet functional, intelligent and stylish accessories designed by Eastpak. Camouflage fanny packs with many pockets, Out Of Office backpacks featuring many pockets and a laundry bag, a weekend bag and a suitcase with wheels and spacious pockets. They are all “Built to Resist”.

The items for travelers’ wardrobes designed by Maison Kitsuné, founded in Paris in 2002 by Gildas Loaëc, music producer, and Masaya Kuroki, young Japanese architect, evoke the concept of this unique brand combining French and Japanese style.

The products are available on the respective websites www.maisonkitsune.fr and www.eastpak.com, at Maison Kitsuné stores and from Eastpak authorized retailers. [Text Giorgia De Sanctis]

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