Its officially New York Fashion Week and im starting off my fashion week with KITH. With the schedule being so shorten this year, its going to be a very jam packed week ahead of us. KITH went off of the New York Fashion Week schedule to present 95 different street wear friendly outfits. This collection was a mix of women’s and menswear that was collaborated with Disney, Vogue, Rhude, MISBHV, Adidas Terrex, Pendleton, Russell, and also “Don Julio” which was used to make the fashion shows invitations that was in the shape of bottles of tequila. This fourth runway show was titled “KITH Air”.
Just as much as the clothing was important, so was the shoes. The first 40 or so footwear were never copied. For the type of edginess that was projected in the show, shoes played a huge part. From sneakers to heels, this collection had all the fleem (dope ) footwear. These footwear collabs included New Balances, Tecnica, Converse, Timberland, Clarks Orginals, ASICS Gel Lyte 3.1, and more.
With the first looks starting with cool and mono tone colors, it gave the true essence of street wear style. Puffer jackets also played an amazing and big part in this collection along with plaid button up shirts. The women in the show would wear tight pieces that accentuated their bodies and then they would wear big baggy street wear clothing that would typically be worn by guys. But it still looked good on the women.
Logo hoodies played a huge part as well. Of course they had to add them. Many of these pieces were completed solely because of the different collaborations that was implemented into the collection. All of the collaborations were amazing to me, but the one that I enjoyed most of all would have to be the Vogue collab. I was surprised by that collab and instantly need all those pieces.
What also played an amazing part was the denim pieces showcased throughout the collection. I’m a sucker for denim and seeing the full denim fits gave me life. Also, Disney’s “Mickey Mouse” was showcased on denim hoodies, puffer jackets, and cardigans which was also innovative and street wear friendly.