KITH has unveiled the lookbook for its highly anticipated “Tokyo Sakura Project,” featuring apparel that blends technical functionality, Japanese traditionalism and contemporary style elements. Tops include the oversized Gates Noragi Hoody ($140) with a single-tie front and invisible zipper side vents; the Ithaca Crew ($110) featuring a squared neckline and slightly scooped hem; and the Putnam Oxford ($114), equipped with a hidden dual-zip front closure over a conventional button placket. Bottoms include the Vernon Tech Short ($80), built with a poly outer-shell lined with cotton jersey, and the Jennings Compression Pant ($85), adorned with knee panels and ankle zipper cuffs with 3M-trim.
Additional standout pieces from the collection take the form of a collaborative capsule with John Elliott + Co, comprising two colorways each of the Escobar Sweatpants ($188) and new S/S Villain Hoody ($188), both crafted with cotton French terry, along with the L/S Mercer Tee ($95). Rounding out the range are Ronnie Fieg’s joint venture with PUMA on the R698 ($150) and the RF698 Mid ($165). The entire KITH “Tokyo Sakura Project” launches 11 a.m. EST this Saturday, March 28th, at both KITH locations and online.
Release Date: 3/28/2015 (Saturday)