Kith opens Miami Design District store, Kith Treats and Kith for Sadelle's restaurant
Luxury streetwear brand Kith has announced the expansion of its Miami locations with the opening of Kith’s second Miami location, Kith for Sadelle’s inaugural Miami restaurant, and a standalone Kith Treats store.
Opening February 24, the new Kith Miami Design District store carries Kith’s in-house and multi-brand ready-to-wear, accessories and footwear offerings for men, women and kids.
Designed by the brand's founder and creative director, Ronnie Fieg, the store concept mirrors that of Kith’s signature retail designs; modern elements set against the Miami neighborhood aesthetic, offering its customers a unique shopping experience reflective of the location’s environment.
Washed in a neutral color palette, the shop has pops of green, incorporated through the interior landscape design "as a nod to Miami’s natural beauty," while "Santa Margherita Rosa Perlino, Perlato Royal and Carrara marble floors and structures are woven alongside wavy fluted plaster, birch wood, brass and painted gypsum throughout both floors."
Spanning two floors, a circular structure is placed on the ground floor separating the menswear from the womenswear. A hallway of changing rooms with birch paneled walls and ceilings is located at the rear of the showroom, while floor-to-ceiling windows give natural light to the staircase that connects the main level to the second floor.
On the second floor is Sadelle’s at Kith bringing Major Food Group’s renowned New York restaurant to the Design District. White washed walls with picture frame molding sit above a checkerboard floor, with a fluted ming green counter and fluted Carrara marble header. Kith for Sadelle’s Miami will offer the restaurant's signature menu items including brunch.
Also opening, the brand's first permanent standalone Kith Treats outpost, located directly across the street from the Kith’s retail location, at 84 NE 41st Street. The 1,000-square-foot space boasts a circular bar of Rosa Portugalo marble with Carrara marble barstools and stainless-steel accents and will serve new exclusive 'Signature Specials' created by friends and family of Kith. The space will also stock the brand’s global inline apparel capsules.
“Evolving and expanding our spaces with tact is as challenging as it is motivating. Each store must feel completely unique while retaining the red thread that runs through all of our flagships," said Kieg. "Our new Miami Design District location feels like a true notch in our timeline. It marks our first standalone Kith Treats bar, as well as our first U.S. Sadelle’s at Kith restaurant. After opening our first one in Paris with Jeff and Major Food Group a few years ago, I’m excited to bring our partnership to Miami.”
Finally, to celebrate the opening, Ronnie Fieg and Asics are reprising their long-standing partnership by introducing the Gel-Lyte III Remastered – Super Yellow. The silhouette features original key Gel-Lyte III elements including a nubuck upper, split tongue and the classic form stripes.
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