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NEW PLAYA: Kit Keenan's KIT
Text by Kee | Photos courtesy of Kit Keenan
29.09.2018
Drop 2 is based on the 'Skull Bunny' print by Richard Prince
Drop 2 is based on the 'Skull Bunny' print by Richard Prince
Drop 2 is based on the 'Skull Bunny' print by Richard Prince
Drop 2 is based on the 'Skull Bunny' print by Richard Prince
KIT founder, Kit Keenan
KIT founder, Kit Keenan
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At just 19 years of age, Kit Keenan is getting a fast pass into the world of fashion and pop culture. Her mom, American fashion designer Cynthia Rowley, is already her go-to mentor and if you thought part of her face looks familiar that’s because her mouth and tongue were on the cover of N.E.R.D.’s album cover of No_One Ever Really Dies. Now, the fashion starlet has launched her fashion brand named KIT, which isn’t just her namesake but also stands for Keep It Together. Her aesthetics caters to her mood. Keenan’s first drop for KIT was launched on June 30 and it features a line of white mini dresses and blouses. Her second drop is based on the Skull Bunny print by Richard Prince, fronting streetwear staples like hoodies and tees. Each batch is made in limited quantities and Keenan will only launch styles that she describes as evolving, which means don’t expect a signature item from her anytime soon... or the pressure of a deadline.

 

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