KITH Ops aka Your Best Friend this winter
It looks as if Ronnie’s time in Japan really paid off, for him and for your war against the cold this year. KITH’s newest collection, entitled KITH Ops was inspired by some old pieces of 1940’s, Japanese, military wear that Ronnie came across while traveling in Japan.
The militaristic feel primarily comes into play in terms of the color palette found in the collection. KITH developed a new washing technique in order to give each article of clothing a perfectly pre-faded and almost used look.
Not only did they develop a new washing technique, but they also made it a goal to make the collection incredibly warm. It features incredibly thick cotton shirts, but it doesn’t stop there. Not only are they just releasing thickly made tees, but they’ll be dropping a ton of outerwear such as fur lined and hooded parkas, ponchos, hooded and quilted jackets, and some more hoodies to make you the ultimate cozy boy this winter.
Aside from apparel alone, some new Ronnie Fieg footwear will also be released.
The collection will be available on Friday, November 13th at 11 A.M. EST at KITH Manhattan and Brooklyn, as well as online.
View some photos from the look-book below. All photos courtesy of KITH.