KA WA KEY TO SHOW ITS FW19 COLLECTION IN NY !

KA WA KEY TO SHOW ITS FW19 COLLECTION IN NY !

We are very happy to work with Ka Wa Key, London-based gender-fluid label by Ka Wa Key Chow and Jarno Leppanen!

AW19 – Cowboy Who Cried Wasabi Tears

“It was your place where we kissed. Inhibitions evaporated, both of us
were consumed by exploration of pleasure. It made things clear in my
mind. Things, which had been vague. I realised what I needed. My
new reality was moulded. I know what it’s like to be a good boy, top of
the class, but now I wanted to disgust everyone instead of pleasing
them. I wanted perversion. It was no longer enough for me to be me, I
decided to be everyone, and feel everything in my body. Nothing,
everything was gone. I opened my eyes, it was all in my head. This
refuge is all. Is transcendent, I need nothing more, hidden here inside
like two skins, one inside the other, two in one …”

Cowboy Who Cried Wasabi Tears is romantic and sensual reimagination
of traditional American denim wear and Western
“cowboy” wear inspired by Brokeback Mountain. Original digital prints
are based on designers’ hand painted artworks. KA WA KEY’s signature
techniques devore and “cracked” are used to create unique textured
prints. Silhouettes and shapes vary from loose and relaxed to slim and
fitted. Some garments features interesting openings enabling to create
deconstructed shapes.

Frequent Flyer X KA WA KEY collaboration
KA WA KEY is proud of their collaboration with Frequent Flyer, Hong
Kong based bag brand. Collaboration features six unique bags with
KA WA KEY original print designs, interesting textures and skillfully made
bags.

Brand
KA WA KEY thinks twink, explores hedonism and reworks ,everyday
streetwear with the designers’ roots of the Asian and Scandinavian
aesthetics. Special and innovative bespoke fabrics are one of the
trademarks of the label. KA WA KEY reimagines traditional textile crafts
and applies them on considered signature streetwear, with an unusual
balance of high-concept, accessibility wearability, simplicity and soft
romantic masculinity

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