K.N.J. first made waves when it collaborated with Darien Bruze on a matching Newport set. But K.N.J. has kept putting out strong product that resonates with anyone who stays plugged in to the latest going ons in art and fashion. Case in point: the brand's pixelated items that were a natural follow-up to the static series that sold out incredibly quickly. If K.N.J. has learned one thing, hopefully it's to carry a bit more quantity to serve the masses.