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This week, Jon Caramanica heads to Maison Kitsuné, and finds it to be a "greatest-hits collection of breezy sartorialism." The heavy petting doesn't stop there. He adds, "It's enough to make me want to forget taking bags on the plane the next time I travel, not even a carry-on. Give me a Maison Kitsuné in every airport, in every overpriced boutique hotel paid for on someone else’s dime: I'll shop when I land." [NYT]