Italian sportswear brand Kappa has teamed up with A.FOUR LABS – the project from Tokyo’s Kazuki Kuraishi and UK artist Lucas Price — and experimental Copenhagen record label Posh Isolation for a three-way collaboration. The idea behind the collection began as a conversation between Kuraishi and Posh Isolation co-founder Loke Rahbek, with the two wanting to mix Kuraishi’s clothing ideas with Rahbek’s graphics.
The 11-piece capsule for 2017 fall/winter redefines some classic sportswear pieces, with everything from tees and sweatshirts to sneakers and Kappa’s iconic tracksuits getting the rework. All of the pieces in the collection feature the three brand’s separate branding, with the A.FOUR logo sitting alongside Kappa’s famous emblem and Posh Isolation’s trademark use of co-ordinates. The Kappa x A.FOUR LABS x Posh Isolation is set to drop from the Kappa web store on August 5.
As well as working on this collaboration, Kappa has recently unveiled a collection with Los Angeles-based label C2H4.