French fashion and record label Kitsuné have recently reached their 10th anniversary and they're celebrating with the release of their 'Maison 14' compilation and by throwing a Winter Party.
'Maison 14' is subtitled 'The Absinthe Edition', the result of a collaboration with Pernod Absinthe that was brought about when Kitsuné co-founders Gildas Loaec and Masaya Kuroki came up with the idea of creating a capsule collection inspired by the imaginary world of Absinthe.
The Kitsuné Winter Party is taking place at Fire in London on Saturday (November 24th) and features a headline DJ set from Etienne De Crecy and support that includes Fred Falke and Logo playing live and a DJ set from Deep Shit aka Edwin Foals and Jack Friendly Fires.
Kitsuné promise there's going to be a whole bunch of fun stuff, including taking full advantage of Fire's LED room and a free Pernod Absinthe bar if you can blag your way into VIP.
Check back at ClashMusic next week for Gildas Loaec's take on the Kitsuné story to date, and buy tickets for the Winter Party HERE.