Noah Took a Trip to Kismet and Flaunted Its Latest Offerings

Inspired by a town that time forgot.

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Briefly escaping the city for a new lookbook, NYC’s Noah takes to the Fire Island beach community of Kismet to show off its most recent collection in its natural habitat. Inspired by the vibes of a small town frozen in time — featuring classic blazers and sweats, hooded rugby tops, and striped and printed T-shirts, this latest offering is heavy on timeless nautical flare with pieces catering for both sand and surf.

Check out the lookbook shots above, soak up the Kismet feeling in the video below, and find out exactly why the brand’s founder – Brendon Babenzien – thinks Noah’s packaging “sucks.”

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