Photos: Noah Emrich
When you're as obsessed with shirts, pants, tees and sweaters as I am, you spend a disproportionate amount of time searching for clothes that fit so well, you'd swear they were cut for you by the world's greatest bespoke tailors – but at off the rack prices. Well, friends, I found them at Parisian label Maison Kitsune. Noah Emrich of NOVH fame and I shot the brand's brand new New York outpost for T Magazine last week, and here are the results. If you're in town, stop by for a look, if you're in Paris, check them out at 52 Rue de Richelieu, and if you're in just about any other major city in the world, track them down – you won't regret it. Article spoiler alert: Kitsune is pronounced Kit-soo-nay, and it's Japanese for fox. Thus the logo! Here are some of the photos that didn't make it past the cutting room floor. Please enjoy.