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Ronnie Fieg remains on quite the run and like many creatives of many hats, his canvas continues to change. Always interested in the retail realm and forever loyal to New York, the new KITH Brooklyn store balances the fun and newness of youth with the maturity of an evolving design eye, highlighted by the likes of all-white AJ2s dangling from the ceiling, a cereal bar and perhaps most impressively “herringbone marble” floors.

While Fieg has certainly found traction in the sneaker game, his relationships in fashion continue flourish with the likes of Off-White, Public School, Norse Projects, Y-3 and more appearing alongside Kith’s clothing collection.

Head over to GQ to learn more about Jake Woolf and Andrew Goble’s visit to the Brooklyn space and their convo with Ronnie.

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