Kith’s Awesome New York Natives Collection is Straight From 1996


Though the New York sneaker boutique and clothing line Kith wasn’t around in the style golden era of the mid-’90s, for a new capsule collection called New York Natives, they’re doing a bit of time traveling to make garments that they’d imagine they would have made had they been around in 1996. It’s an ambitious goal—nostalgia style taken to the farthest degree—and it largely works: the sweats, button downs and varsity jackets look like modern-day versions of the best items you’d ever find at an NYC thrift store, plus some fur-lined Timberlands that are now unfortunately sold out. Via Hypebeast, the whole collection is available over on their site now, though we’re heading straight for these contrast stripe sweats that look like the comfiest way to be cool over winter break.

POSTED December 16, 2013 11:22AM IN STYLE NEWS Comments (2) TAGS: ,




  1. TopBananas says:

    Interesting, no mention of AZ modeling while commenting on NY style in the ’90s.

  2. terrible says:

    exactly lol ^^^