The buzz surrounding designer collaborations in streetwear isn’t cooling off anytime soon, thanks to Kith’s latest project.
This week during New York Fashion Week, streetwear purveyor Kith debuted its third fashion show, Kith Park. The experimental event showcased the brand’s next batch of collaborations with brands like Levi’s, New Balance, Ugg, Bergdorf Goodman and more.
The show was separated into four sets: Kith x Collaborations, Kith x Tommy Hilfiger, Kith x Greg Lauren and Kith x Versace.
The logo-driven pieces retained brands’ signatures like Versace’s heritage prints and Levi’s red tab, but were retold through Kith founder Ronnie Fieg’s streetwear lens.
Highlights in the co-branded collections spanned Levi’s Trucker jackets and jeans with all-over laser printed Kith logos, and ’90s style Kith x Tommy Hilfiger rugby shirts and polos, to tracksuits with repeated Kith and Versace branding.
Other denim pieces included a Kith x Versace zip front jean jacket with gold hardware, Kith x Greg Lauren denim sweatpants and vintage wash Kith x Tommy Hilfiger straight fit jeans for men and women.
In a backstage interview with the New York Times, Kith founder Ronnie Fieg said his partnerships are born out of passion.
The collaborations will be released between late 2018 and early 2019.