KITH Teams Up With New Era to Celebrate MLB Subway Series

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In a tribute to their hometown in New York, KITH is teaming up with New Era to celebrate a city tradition – the MLB Subway Series. In partnership with the New York Mets and Yankees, this special assortment will be comprised of six styles of limited edition 59FIFTY caps.

The first four caps pay homage to the 2000 World Series. Two caps are offered in their classic style, while the other two feature the inverse colorways of the teams. All four caps will be adorned by a 2000 World Series patch on the right, a tonal New Era flag and KITH logo on the back.

Rounding out the collection are two caps commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Mets winning the 1986 World Series, and the 20th anniversary of the Yankees winning the 1996 World Series. Each cap will feature KITH-branded rose gold metal plates on the front, the team’s respective World Series patches on the right, tonal New Era flags on the left, and team logos on the rear. Purchasers of one of the 144 limited caps will receive tickets to the August 2nd Mets game if they bought the Mets cap, and August 3rd if they bought the Yankees cap.

The two anniversary caps will release on July 29 in-store only, with the Mets cap being launched at KITH Manhattan and Yankees cap being launched at KITH Brooklyn. The four 2000 World Series caps will release July 30 at KITH Manhattan, KITH Brooklyn and KITH’s online store.


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Live a Parisian Teenage Dream in New NASASEASONS Lookbook

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NASASEASONS has quickly and effortlessly established itself as a “cool” accessories brand. Perhaps that’s what you get when you base operations out of Paris, create trendy dad-caps, collaborate with Russian DJs and get a Kanye cosign. But with a lush new lookbook the brand has just released to showcase its variety of headgear, it has proven that it heart, a claim that not many other cool kids can make.

Highly conceptual but clearly executed, the new lookbook takes us through a night out in Paris with a gang of impeccably dressed street urchins. It tells the story of a few boys hanging out with their girlfriends in Montmartre, only to ditch them when the sun falls to go find some new lady friends in Pigalle.

Designer Alexandre Dalliance worked with Gosha Rubchinskiy-collaborator Pablo Attal to bring the images to life, which display a huge range of the brand’s caps. Among the more eye-catching hats include a white cap stitched with “boys don’t cry” and a twin in black emblazoned with the words “don’t pray for love,” both of which suitable for the tale of heartbreak depicted in the lookbook.

Browse the featured pieces on NASASEASONS’ online store.

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