Kith and Calvin Klein Are Back Together Again for Season 2 On a Unique Partnership

Kith and Calvin Klein Are Back Together Again for Season 2 On a Unique Partnership

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Kith and Calvin Klein Are Back Together Again for Season 2 On a Unique Partnership

Design elements from the two New York-based brands will be combined once again to elevate and sublimate every body.

Design elements from the two New York-based brands will be combined once again to elevate and sublimate every body.

Text: Noelann Bourgade

For Fall 2021, Kith and Calvin Klein’s collection includes new iterations of co-branded underwear to celebrate new loungewear silhouettes in high-sleek fabrics and premium textures.

Naomi Campbell, the supermodel, stars in the campaign filmed by Campbell Addy in the historic Villa Necchi Campiglio in Milan, is presenting seasonal underwear sets for men and women.

Following last year’s collection, intimate pieces are designed for all-day comfort functionality.

Men’s full line is made luxurious loungewear designed to be worn both at home and outside. Pajama sets and thick terry fabric robes matching with monogram prints, as well as hoodies, sweatpants, and bottoms are crafted for a soft and tender hand feel.

The women’s underwear and loungewear collection includes classic Kith Alexa Hoodies and Chelsea Sweatpants reimagined through Calvin Klein’s signature. On the same model of Calvin Klein’s boy short, the fabric of the Kith women’s Mulberry Tee is updated and readapted by the label to make it lighter and softer.

The collection is presenting new terry robes with hood and self-tie details, and bralettes that hug the body. The organic, nude, minimalist colors are combined with the indigo, iconic denim shade inspired by Calvin Klein.

Released this Friday, September 17th, in every Kith boutique, the collection will be featured in New York on Calvin Klein’s iconic billboard, on Houston St. in New York and on La Cinema Blvd. in Los Angeles.

Credits: ALL IMAGES COURTESY OF BRAND

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