KITH continues its foray into skincare with a range of unisex products with Malin + Goetz. The collaboration includes a hand and body wash, body lotion, and shampoo and conditioner, as well as a candle and eau de parfum, all ranging in price from $24 to $95.

According to WWD, Matthew Malin and Andrew Goetz are dubbing the collection “Ronnie's edit,” since these are products that have existed in the Malin + Goetz range for as long as 15 years. Kith has dived into the skincare market earlier this year with a collaboration with Estée Lauder in March. However, with Malin + Goetz, this marks its “first skin-care collaboration for both men and women,” says Fieg.

"These products also bridge the gap between our brand and our customers’ daily lifestyle, Ronnie Fieg tells WWD. "It helps them interact with our brand in a different way than apparel or footwear, which I feel is very important."

The line launches on September 26 exclusively at Kith stores.

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