Kith Collabs With Coca-Cola For A Hawaii Themed Capsule Collection

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When it comes to collaborations, street style has indeed seen some of the best of them. With the like of Supreme and even Heron Preston x Levi, there’s always a new drop to continue propelling the culture. The latest is KITH, up again for another monster collaboration with a deeply historic company.

The mega-street brand is collaborating with Coca-Cola again for an extensive capsule full of history and good vibes. Drawing inspiration from the archives of Coca-Cola and Hawaiian Islands, the collection will include an array of different pieces including crewnecks, color blocked hoodies with intertwined patchwork, polo style shirts and even a line of co-branded Coke bottles. Furthering the vibes they’ve included denim truckers, dad shirts, rugby shirts, and even swimwear to match the surfboards for the Hawaiian waves.

This will be the 4th mash-up for the two brands collaborative relationship and much like KITH’s last collaboration with Versace, it’s expected to be just as grand as the others. Hosting a plethora of celebs in Hawaii for a soft launch and review of the merchandise we got to see the like of Vic Cruz and Karrueche sport some of the new gear with some serious #CoupleGoals drip. The collection KITH x Coca-Cola collaboration is set to be available for purchase drop Interested fans will be able to purchase Friday, August 9 at 11 a.m at KITH retailers and kith.com. Yet if you happen to be in Hawaii, the entire capsule is available now by way of a special KITH Pop-up shop in the Royal Hawaiian Center Honolulu.

 

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