Kith has returned with new military-inspired clothing to spruce up any wardrobe. The collection is comprised of 25 pieces in total, and features a noteworthy collaboration with Alpha Industries. 

The colour-palette mostly includes earthy tones as a clear reference to its militaristic vibes, alongside standard camouflage prints. Columbus cargo pants contain rips and subtle attempts at repair, alongside some bold paint splatters. A Ginza button-up is remodelled in this collection, as well as some similar distressing applied to the Cargo Mercer III and Monroe Denim. 

Alpha Industries lent a helping hand in this season's outing by creating a more modern spin on their classic MA-1 jacket fashioned in two asymmetrical colourways emblazoned with "Fake Friends" branding. Kith also collaborates with Japanese label MAKAVELIC on a cross-body bag and backpack that adds a necessary dose of accessories into the mix. 

The collection will debut March 17th on the brand's website, as well as their brick-and-mortar locations; prices will range from $50-$250 USD for the pieces on display.

Peep images from the lookbook below:

 

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