Not many of our fantasies come to fruition, but we can still dream. That’s the impetus behind André Saravia’s (aka Mr. André) latest collaboration with 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 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.