With its major BMW partnership behind us, no one would blame KITH for taking a step back for the rest of the year. Instead, the company founded by Ronnie Fieg with another expansive apparel offering, launching a far-reaching Winter 2020 collection packed with wearable silhouettes and collaborative items.
Comprising 74 unique pieces, the collection is rich with accessible shapes and styles. Hefty Italian shearling, bonded sherpa fleece, yarn-dyed flannel and matte nylon inform a host of cold weather essentials, like shawl collar coats, varsities, puffers, cable-knit sweaters and KITH’s signature kimono-indebted jackets. Intarsia knitwear features scenic outdoor vistas and a variety of plaids playfully undercut the sophisticated motif put forth by wool shirt-jackets and garment-dyed cargo pants.
Of course, the collaborations are what KITH fans have come to crave from the label and Winter 2020 is no slouch. Joint efforts with Bergdorf Goodman (plaid rugby shirts, tracksuits and special Converse Chuck Taylor), Pendleton and Golden Bear yield patterned layering pieces in winter weights, while Italian footwear imprint Diemme serves up special Everest and Paderno Zip Boots accented by patterned pony hair and premium Riri zippers. Fieg also revives his ASICS collaborations with a duo of tonal suede Gel Lyte III sneakers, sophisticated twists on his preferred ASICS silhouette.
The entire Winter 2020 range launches on KITH’s website and at its stores on November 20.
Despite the lookbook’s expansive scale, there’s still no word on the New Balance collaboration Fieg teased in October.