Canadian fashion label Kit & Ace has taken London by storm with both its innovative and stylish clothing and its fresh, exciting store designs. Everything has form and function, style and substance from the innovative details of its separates made from a new high performance cashmere to the clean, uncluttered shop spaces, which are now found in three locations across the capital.
Each of its shops is uniquely local in its design and each shop experience is tailored to its environment. Across all stores you will find gallery inspired spaces that feature the work of local artists, photography that is iconic to the city, as well as custom-made light fixtures and furniture. The brand also partners with local residents to hold special salons and supper clubs to bring together creatives from the surrounding area.
In its recently opened pop-up on London’s Regent Street the brand chose the work of London photographer James Attree and Central Saint Martins art school alumna Olivia Yu. Attree’s work shows the ever present flow of people and traffic up and down Regent Street, while Yu’s paintings focus on the movement of colours utilising multiple mediums to express this.
See the gallery above for shots of the Regent Street pop-up as well as Kit & Ace’s other London locations.