Ronnie Fieg has recently shared the next chapter in KITH’s “Long Live the King” collection. Alongside Nike and LeBron James, its initial inspiration lies within the story of royalty as a nod to LeBron’s “King James” moniker. Initially slated to be the first range to drop, the selection welcomes four new colorways of the Nike LeBron 15. The “City of Angels” and “King’s Crown” colorways make up the lifestyle model while the performance edition will be comprised of the “Suit of Armor” and “King’s Cloak” colorways. In addition, the “Long Live the King” sequel will also feature an assortment of apparel from hoodies to detailed basketball shorts.
Each edition welcomes detailed embroidery on top of Nike’s durable Battleknit technology with co-branding on areas such as its removable straps, heel and James’ signature lion head logo. Stay tuned for additional information regarding a confirmed launch date and take a look at the imagery above.
You can also take a deep dive into the blueprint of the collection via KITH’s latest journal entry.