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Clothing August, 8 2014

KITH 2014 Summer-Weight Washed Denim Collection

KITH is set to release a transitional collection that bridges the current and upcoming seasonal gap, entitled Summer-Weight Washed Denim. The newly introduced Chambers button-up is the sole top in this collection, receiving both long-sleeve and short-sleeve executions. This new silhouette is constructed of a summer-weight 7 oz. 100% cotton washed indigo denim, and features a left chest pocket, slight contour hem and tailored fit. The denim Chambers long-sleeved button-up arrives in a leopard make-up, which features a dark wash covered with an allover leopard print that utilizes tonal plastic buttons as closures. The alternative make-up is the denim Chambers short-sleeve button-up which consists of a more heavily washed denim that is adorned with an allover palm tree print and features antique metal buttons as the finishing detail.

The Mercer II returns with an updated styling for summer. Produced of a 9 oz. summer-weight, cotton-poly washed indigo denim, this altered silhouette features an elasticated waistband with cotton drawstrings, elasticated ankle cuffs with chrome YKK zippers for adjustability, and double-welt rear pockets with flaps. The denim Mercer II is available in three make-ups: leopard, palm tree and paisley. The leopard version is lightly washed, exhibiting a deep indigo color covered by an allover leopard print with tonal cotton drawstrings. The palm tree iteration features the same print as its Chambers counterpart, as well as a similar heavy wash for a more vintage aesthetic. Lastly, the paisley edition utilizes the same wash as the palm tree version, yet features a unique top-to-bottom paisley print in white. Both the palm tree and paisley models feature contrasting white cotton drawstrings.

The KITH 2014 Summer-Weight Washed Denim collection will be available this Saturday, August 9 (although you might want to go get in line now), at KITH Manhattan at 644 Broadway, KITH Brooklyn at 233 Flatbush, and online.

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