Victor Cruz Continues As The Face Of Kith x One Stroke Denim Collection

Last year, New York Giants WR Victor Cruz suffered an injury while up against the Philadelphia Eagles. Tearing his patellar tendon, all wasn’t lost post his rehab.

Cruz ended up with a modeling contract with IMG Models. That landed him campaigns, front row seats during New York Fashion Week among other opportunities.

One of those opportunities was becoming the face of Kith clothing that parented up with Japanese brand One Stroke.

The collaboration between the two offers a selective amount of pieces for the line. In 2014, they produced only 40-pieces from their collection. The collection included vintage wash, hand-distressed jeans.

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Well, KITH is back at it with One Stroke for another denim collection which will launch tomorrow online (March 13 @11a.m. EST).

Already establishing itself with shawl collar blazers and flannel jackets, KITH and Ones Stroke “Selvedge Denim Program” gives another round of elevation for their joint partnership.

The line features jeans from high quality Japanese selvedge denim along with denim shirts and more.

One form of their distressed jeans are the Ueno pants that will be available in three different colors: indigo, ivory, and black.

 

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The Ginza shirt has lined up buttons, a lined-up collar and vents that provide a nice, classic touch.

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KITH Classics MA-1 jackets are also featured in the collection. Their Astor jackets are pretty standard with a heavy matte black zipper and available in colors such as burgundy, green and black.

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Now in addition to tomorrow’s launching, KITH will also release its locations where you can specifically find their male driven line.

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Émil Flemmon

When you're a Capricorn, the only thing you really know how to do is work, use diplomacy, and allow sarcasm to be your comedic charm. Ain't nothing like a educated kid from Alabama living big city dreams through a pen a paper...oh yeah, and sarcasm.