Where to cop in NYC: Kith Manhattan 644 Broadway; Kith Brooklyn, 233 Flatbush Ave.
If we were able to place a firm ownership on the intersection of menswear, streetwear, and where they move towards the future, Kith would be a good bet. Ronnie Fieg transformed Kith from a way of giving his collaborations a retail space into a full-fledged brand with some impressive output.
Collections feature coach jackets, tank-tops, crewneck sweatshirts with side zippers, collaborations with Parisian streetwear brand Brooklyn We Go Hard, windbreakers, and sweatpant-like trousers. It's scary: Kith continues to get better and better with each drop, substantiating itself as one of the most distinct voices in New York—even bringing the city's flavor to Miami.