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 [[http://www.kitsune.fr/|Kitsuné]] by [[http://abake.fr/|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 [[http://myfonts.us/td-vfz5vw|Didot]], obviously stated by the font name "DIDOTyounger".
Some alternatives, out-of-the-box: [[http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/mti/chong-modern|Chong Modern MTI]], [[http://www.myfonts.com/search/britannic|Britannic]], [[http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/linotype/peignot|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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