coffee has an interesting way of showing up in our cultural conversation. an exCerpt, of coffee and its collective appearance as a character in the every day.
It’s a journal; a fashion label, a café, it’s a mix-taper!
Kitsuné – also of the recently opened Café Kitsuné – just made coffee in the cultural [music] context a little foxier with the release of their recent compilation, New Faces. Let it be known that these fourteen faces music can be sipped in the spirit of 51 Galerie de Montpensier in Paris, or in the comfort of your very own space.
However, if in Paris, I’d request the barista-dj to cue ‘Real’ by Years&Years and a cortado to stay. A cupUp to lifestyle developers Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki for this beautiful integration of coffee and culture. Now, if you will excuse me while I try not to spill my coffee while I also dance at the bar. cde