Kindare to open in Connaught Village
A new concept store offering a collection of customisable clothing for men and women is opening this Friday in London’s Connaught Village.
Described as the first customisable fashion brand, Kindare was established by Italian designer Kinder Aggugini, who studied at St Martins School of Art and on London’s Savile Row before working for John Galliano, Vivienne Westwood, Paul Smith, Versace and Calvin Klein.
He launched his first namesake collection, exclusively stocked at Dover Street Market, in 2010 and is now leaving the runway for his latest creative venture.
His new luxury brand Kindare will feature a collection of items that are designed with a number of customisable options, including fit. These will be exclusively created and customised in the basement studio and atelier, while upstairs will be fitted with the label’s unique bespoke furnishing to create a retail experience.
Kindare said it will sell “menswear for men and women” at the Connaught Village store. This will be the brand’s first location.
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