Not many of our fantasies come to fruition, but we can still dream. That’s the impetus behind André Saravia’s (aka http://monsieura.com/” target=”_blank”>Mr. André) latest collaboration with http://shop.kitsune.fr/” target=”_blank”>Maison Kitsuné, where he has penned a few posters showcasing the renaissance man’s ideal concert line-ups. The graffiti artist turned style extraordinaire has long had a relationship with the founders of Maison Kitsuné, which includes onetime Daft Punk band manager Gildas Loaec and architect Masaya Kuroki, who have now joined in on the theme with a matching capsule collection to share the essence of Mr. André’s dream to span the gap between fashion and music. Including a pair of Tees, a tote bag, and a sweatshirt donning collaborative work, the collection will be on sale alongside Mr. André’s exhibition of posters dubbed Dream Concerts Art Show that include a star-studded hip-hop concert and what would definitely be the best electro French line-up. Learn more about the collaborative exhibit http://shop.kitsune.fr/” target=”_blank”>here and continue the preview of the collection after the click. You can also visit the collection at the Maison Kitsune concept store in Tokyo beginning September 4.
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