High Contrast Sans-Serif Typeface (sort of like a Didone without the serifs)

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Font: 
DIDOTyounger
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ryukk

Hi,
I'm trying to identify this font used in one of the versions of the Kitsuné logo. (It's a French-based clothing and music label.)
The letters have a high contrast (thick/thin strokes), kind of like a didone type but it has no serifs.
Does anyone know what this font is or know of similar ones?
Thank you!

Comments

Font is called "didotyounger", created exclusively for Kitsuné by Åbäke (co-founder of Kitsuné).
If you need to be as close as possible to original, the "best" would probably be to chop off serifs from a Didot, obviously stated by the font name "DIDOTyounger".
Some alternatives, out-of-the-box: Chong Modern MTI, Britannic, Peignot LT

Thank you @Ryuk! It's the second time you successfully identify a typeface for me in like a week! I really appreciate it.

More substitute suggestions in previous threads
http://typophile.com/node/105949
http://typophile.com/node/94722
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