Crisp layout, clean kicks, and crunchy snacks. Recently revamped with help from Snarkitecture, Kith's second NYC store occupies a 3,000 square foot space in Prospect Heights that's as notable for its design as it is for its contents. An archive of the company's past collabs sits on glass shelving and hundreds of Air Jordan II molds hang from the ceiling while an array of new kicks from the world's best brands sits on stainless steel fixtures. The attached bar serves up cereal instead of booze — founder Ronnie Fieg's been obsessed with the sugary stuff since his youth — with each treat sealed in its own Mylar bag and served in a celebrity-designed shoe box. A selection of hats shares shelf space with books, accessories, and periodicals (including a certain favorite), with their black backdrops set into white tile walls that match the herringbone Carrera marble flooring, and a neon of the Kith logo sits atop an infinity mirror to help draw you into the space.
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