Certainly we've seen our share classic American prepware, but something about Kitsuné's Spring 2011 collection catches our eye a bit more than usual. Maybe it's the very Parisian way of starting with urbane, worldly old reference points and building the style around them. The brand started with Antonioni's classic The Passenger, a movie with the unlikely style muse Jack Nicholson as a duplicitously smooth reporter in Africa. Nicholson is a curmudgeon of an icon adding a dose of dark comeuppance and attitude to the otherwise polished affair. It's an intellectual reference point more than a fashionable one, but it works anyway. More images after the jump.