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KITH Introduces Apparel Brands to Webshop
At KITH, we pride ourselves on offering customers only the most premium and diverse selection of product on the market. We began in footwear, and have sold our own KITH-label online for some time. Now, KITH is proud to launch various partnership brands to our webshop. Happening in installments throughout the next few weeks, our webshop will begin selling apparel brands we have previously only sold via our brick-and-mortar stores. 

Today, the first installment includes: Helmut Lang, Pierre Balmain, Stampd, T by Alexander Wang, and Y-3.

Helmut Lang
Originally founded in 1986, this Austria-based brand focuses on inverting the typical structure of apparel and creating clean yet dynamic looks. Offering an array of alternative menswear goods, shop Helmut Lang's F/W '15 collection here.

Pierre Balmain
Balmain's diffusion line - Pierre Balmain - was designed as an ode to its eponymous founder. Tinged with a "rock-and-roll" aesthetic, clothing is accented with edgy lines and various overlay patterns. Shop Pierre Balmain's F/W '15 collection here.

Founded by Chris Stamp, Stampd displays its Los Angeles-roots in full effect. Muted tones are used throughout Stamp's work, as black-and-white is typically this brand's sole palette. Named as one of this year's GQ Top Menswear Designers, shop Stampd's F/W '15 collection here.

T by Alexander Wang
Alexander Wang has seen a huge boom in the fashion industry in recent years, after growing an immense following via his personal label, and its diffusion line T by Alexander Wang. This offshoot encompasses the relaxed side of style, while still pinpointing some of Wang's most beloved design characteristics. Shop T by Alexander Wang's F/W '15 collection here.

A joint brand between Japanese fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto and adidas. The Y represents Yamamoto, while the 3 stands for adidas's three stripes logo. Channeling a military-base with serious sportswear influences, shop Y-3's F/W '15 collection here.