Johanne Dindler is a graduated student from the Royal College of Art with an MA menswear degree. Her designs explore colors, graphics and volumious shapes, whilst having a great attention to detail. For the final collection Johanne was inspired by a happy state of mind. Imagining a guy that doesn’t care about tomorrow or doesn’t care about what other people think. She explored the 60’s and 70’s fashion and recently textured African costumes, for patterns, embellishing, colors… All mixed with a 90’s hip-hop attitude – big matching outfits with lots of bling and attitude. Materials are leathers, velvets and velours, fur, jerseys and nylons, flowered prints and crystals.
For the Fall/Winter 2017 collection, Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki, co-founders and artistic directors of Maison Kitsuné, drew their inspiration from American pop culture and the aesthetic and creative energie of New York born, Paris based, artist William Klein.