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Ronnie Fieg is never not working. The New York-based sneaker-savant has been keeping things hush surrounding his second Brooklyn retail space, but now Fieg is ready for the official unveil of KITH 2.0. The revamped, 3,000-square-foot space adheres to a strict white color scheme in partnership with Daniel Arsham and Snarkitecture. On the collaborative project, Arsham stated “The whole idea of the space is that it’s a gallery. It’s very rare for something like this to happen in a retail space.”

Custom store installations will range from the KITH Archive – showcasing Ronnie Fieg’s previous footwear collaborations – as well as 750 cast-Air Jordan II sneakers suspended from the ceiling, freestanding stainless-steel display fixtures, and even KITH Treats, an in-house cereal bar. The KITH boutique will also stock a diverse array of footwear brands from Asics to Birkenstock and Buscemi to Timberland, complimented by apparel from the likes of Pierre Balmain, OFF-WHITE, Fear of God, Y-3, Stampd and others.

  • Photography: Thomas Welch for Highsnobiety.com

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