Kith Takes Streetwear to the Mountains

Founder Ronnie Fieg discusses the new Snarkitecture-designed Aspen location

Streetwear as a truly ubiquitous element of pop culture is a relatively nascent phenomenon. Limited sneakers and boutique hoodies in the pre-internet age were largely relegated to global downtown centers of fashion in major cities like New York, London and Tokyo. But thanks to the rise of social media and online retail garm aficionados in Everytown, USA can now follow (and shop) trends as fervently …

Kith + Nike NYC Conceptual Pop-Up

More than just a destination for Kith + Nike Sportswear collaborative goods, the brands’ new joint pop-up in Soho, NYC plays host to plenty of conceptual art and interactive components, all surrounding a unifying narrative. The first of which is, of course, the Rio Olympics and there will be plenty of customizable products to go around dedicated toward the event. The space, once again designed …

COS + Snarkitecture’s LA Pop-Up Shop

A temporary retail experience, inspired by the AW15 collection, plays with reflections and tones

by Ariel Katz Last night in Downtown Los Angeles, COS launched their latest pop-up, created in collaboration with Daniel Arsham and Alex Mustonen of experimental Brooklyn-based design studio Snarkitecture and housed inside Scandinavian concept store Austere. It’s a feast for the eyes (and the second collaboration between the two)—a two-story exploration of form, tone, reflection and silhouettes. Together, they’ve designed and built a considered and …