Ader Error is taking its conceptual streetwear abroad with its first-ever collaboration with Maison Kitsuné
Maison Kitsuné and South Korean label ADER error unveil the lookbook for their limited edition, 15-piece collaborative capsule collection. The Maison Kitsuné x ADER error collection lookbook, dubbed “Just Twin Girls,” features two non-identical models posing awkwardly in a dated Parisian hotel while wearing matching outfits.
Merging Maison Kitsuné’s luxe-casual aesthetic and trademark fox logo with ADER error’s lettering and sporty genderless designs, the range includes an athletic bomber jacket, a striped jacquard sweater, a hoodie, jogger pants, a graphic longsleeve, wide-cut pants, boxy T-shirts and a colorful mix of caps and socks. The collection feeatures heather-gray sweatshirt and sweatpants with the collaboration’s full name running down each leg; a striped jacquard sweater with the classic Kitsuné fox patched on the front; and several perfect pairs of high-water pants.
Maison Kitsuné’s signature fox will be sporting the colours of Ader Error from 6th April, when the Parisian label founded by Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki will showcase the fruits of the collaboration with Ader Error in its stores.
With this collection, the Parisian label, in which Japanese group Stripe International invested a second time in March 2018, goes for a directional, contemporary mix of its preppy aesthetic with a strong sportswear vibe, and for a unisex approach.
Three years ago, cofounder Gildas Loaëc found Ader Error on Instagram and was drawn by the extra-long, floor-grazing sleeves on sweaters, which were also repurposed as scarves. “I love the way Ader is reinterpreting streetwear with an arty, conceptual touch, filled with humor,” he says. “We gave them carte blanche.”