Influencers: What André did next

French fashion and electronic music label Kitsuné released its new complication mix this week entitled Kitsuné Parisien, appropriately curated by one of the label’s original founder’s Gildas Loaëc, and everyone’s favorite Parisian nightlife impresario and artist, André Saraiva, A.K.A., Monsieur A.

The new mix from Kitsuné focuses on the crème de la crème of the Parisian music scene that showcases up and coming talent. Among a carefully selected group, artists featured include Birkii, Logo, Sauvage, Housse de Racket, Jupiter, Beautauc, Yan Wagner, Ryskee, Valley, Exotica and Cascadeur.

It’s only fitting that Saraiva was tapped on the shoulder to help select the roster. After all, he certainly knows a thing or two about music due to his jet-setter lifestyle, with clubs, hotels and bars around the world such as Le Baron, Le Montana and Moon in Paris and as an advisor to Le Bain at the Standard in New York City.

In additional news, across the Atlantic in the United States, Saraiva along with longtime friend, collaborator and DJ, Paul Sevigny, recently opened a pop-up bar in Hollywood at Cinespace’s old digs, simply named Paul & André. The interesting aspect is the fact that Paul & André will open for only six months.

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