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Kith Enters Canadian Market with Toronto Flagship

Retailer’s two-level locale is in city’s Yorkville neighborhood

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Fashion and lifestyle brand Kith (New York) has opened its first outlet in Canada, in Toronto’s Yorkville neighborhood. The flagship store carries Kith’s in-house and multi-brand ready-to-wear apparel, accessories, and footwear for men, women and children.

The two-level space was designed by Founder/CEO/Creative Director Ronnie Fieg and includes signature elements of Kith’s retail concept, adjusted with unique details reflecting its setting. To match the clean and modern designs of Toronto, the space has Venetian plaster, alba chiara and verias green marbles and more. Adding to the elegant ambiance is a balance of white, blue and brown hues—alongside calming greenery placed throughout the store. The changing rooms and elevators are covered with Kith Classic logo vegan leather wallpaper.

The first floor is tailored to men’s and women’s premium apparel and accessories. The second floor features footwear, a Kith Kids section, a Kith Treats shop and a Sadelle’s restaurant.The latter two areas feature rosa aurora stone complemented by a blend of wood, stone and metal accents.

Overall, Kith has 15 other stores (most are freestanding, but it also has shop-in-shops in Bergdorf Goodman in New York, Hirshleifers in Manhasset, N.Y., and Selfridges in London).

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