After teasing the collaboration last month, Kitsuné officially unveils its exclusive partnership with the NBA, ahead of the league’s All-Star festivities occurring in Los Angeles next weekend.
This first-ever collaboration between both brands encompasses a capsule collection of 15 unisex sporty designs made in Japan, comprised of tees, shirts, jackets, and more inspired by outdoor basketball courts.
Essentially blending NBA’s colorful aesthetic with street influences and an urban vibe, the collection offers oversized, loose cuts in a palette of muted colors – black, shades of grey, ecru, and white — along with notable collaboration logos throughout, like all of the NBA’s 30 teams, the NBA’s iconic red, white, and blue logoman, rendered in black and white, and Kitsuné’s logo revamped with NBA’s taller, leaner typeface.
View more in the campaign below.
Availability for the entire collection begins Saturday, February 17 at Maison Kitsuné stores, online, and select retailers. Those in LA can see and purchase the collection on February 17 at Juice and the Ace Hotel Downtown, where the Kitsuné Rooftop Party will feature Lou Phelps, Alexander Spit, TEK.LUN, Kari Faux, Reva DeVito, HMU, and Jashs banks.
For more info, head on over directly to Kitsuné’s official website.
Furthermore, Kitsuné America has compiled an exclusive soundtrack which you can stream below, documenting the current explosion of new exciting North American artists and more established ones, including everyone from IshDARR and Iman Shumpert to Pat Lok.
In other collabs for NBA All-Star Weekend, check out Converse’s collaborative capsule with CLOT, RSVP Gallery, ROKIT, and Babylon.