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Our first group for Spring was released this month and is inspired by iconic New York moments from film and pop culture. The collection speaks to Nikki’s New York roots: it was designed in New York, made for the New York woman, by a New Yorker πŸ˜‰. New York is the soul of the collection, which was photographed on the streets of downtown New York City. 

From the desk of Nikki Kule

KULE Spring inspiration Desk Selfie Nikki Kule
Meryl Streep hailing a cab from Kramer vs. Kramer and a photograph from The Wall Street Journal’s Workwear That Easily Transitions to Out of Office photographed by Olivier Kervern and styled by Louise Ford

The collection’s styles all have the details our customers know and love us for: clothing with excellent fit and superior quality, with a happy wink πŸ˜‰. You’ll see elements from the inspiration sprinkled throughout, such as our khaki Rox trench, which is the tomboy chic vibe of Meryl Streep in Kramer vs. Kramer, and, of course, the color black, a New York staple.

Meryl Streep hailing a taxi cab in Kramer vs. Kramer
Meryl Streep in Kramer vs. Kramer, 1979

Image via Vogue France
KULE Spring 2024 Rox trench coat with taxi cab NYC
Our best-selling Rox Trench has been brought back for Spring, styled here with new garment-dyed City Pants which are made in Italy, and matching lightweight cotton Blanca Shirt. More colors available (and even more coming soon πŸ™‚)

Photographed by Mei Tao

We’ve introduced monochrome sets, which include our new category of garment-dyed pants and matching shirts. The pants are called the “City” pants, a nod to – what else – the city. They are garment-washed, super soft everyday cotton pants, which took years to perfect. They pair perfectly with our versatile Blanca button-down shirts made from super featherweight cotton, great for those hot city days and nights. Every element of these sets was carefully sourced and produced in Italy.

The Blanca Shirt

The Blanca Shirt

The City Pants

The City Pants

The Blanca Shirt

The Blanca Shirt

The City Pants

The City Pants

The Blanca Shirt

The Blanca Shirt

The City Pants

The City Pants

We have also introduced the category of Chambray, which looks exactly like denim but is not denim! It’s better! It’s much more comfortable, lightweight, and easy to wear. It’s soft and drapey and not at all stiff or bulky like its denim counterpart. We’re taking sets and easy day-to-night dressing to a new level.

The new Chambray Quinn Shirt and matching Chambray City Pant. Available in both Dark and Light Denim. And, also part of the Chambray Family, is the Chambray Kelly Jacket and the Chambray Bermuda Short
The Chambray Quinn

The Chambray Quinn

The Chambray City Pant

The Chambray City Pant

The Chambray Kelly

The Chambray Kelly

The Chambray Bermuda Short

The Chambray Bermuda Short

The Chambray Quinn

The Chambray Quinn

The Chambray City Pant

The Chambray City Pant

KULE Spring inspiration Moodboard Nikki Kule
Nikki Kule’s moodboard for Spring featuring some hints to the upcoming styles launching soon πŸ‘€

Diane Keaton in Annie Hall by Woody Allen (1977), “The Subway Map” by Massimo Vignelli, KULE Hello New York Modern Tee (coming soon), Brooklyn Bridge City Hall Subway, KULE Hello New York Oversized Sweatshirt (coming soon), Mary-Kate and Ashley in NYC, Coffee to-go (of course), Bill Cunningham on his bicycle photo by Dmitry Gudkov, Meryl Streep in Kramer vs. Kramer by Robert Benton (1979).

I 🍎 NY

And that’s just the first of our Spring groups! Keep an eye out because there are so many exciting new pieces and colors to come with collections each month of the season. Look out for fresh new catalogs coming to a mailbox near you πŸ“¬ Sign up here to be the first to know πŸ™‚