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    Nicholas K

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    Sister-and-brother duo Nicholas and Christopher Kunz have become more accustomed to taking inspiration trips lately. They understand the importance of getting out and seeing the world, and that, even with a design sensibility that is minimal at its core, they often work best in a completely foreign, surprising setting. Whereas last season was focused on their own sustainable garden shed in upstate New York, Spring 2020 took cues from Spain. They showed their line, Nicholas K, during Barcelona Fashion Week in June, early enough so that they had time to really tweak and perfect the collection. While in Barcelona, they showed the clothes on a runway that ran through an old hospital once run by nuns in the 1900s. The new lineup is monastic—beautiful long flowing silhouettes, with ultra-baggy cotton trousers, hand-dyed tunics, wrap tops, and draped, billowy dresses and jumpsuits.

    While in Spain, they happened upon an older, nomadic artist couple living and working in a convent in Malta. Introduced by mutual friends, the Kunzes saw images of the rustic, stone-walled space and knew almost immediately that they needed to visit and bring their new collection to be photographed there, in sticking with the nun-ish theme that gave them so much creative drive in Barcelona. The backdrop couldn’t have been more perfect for their clothes, which are in part made sustainably (this is a huge driver for the label right now). As they move the brand forward, the Kunzes should indeed continue their design journeys and find more off-the-beaten-path places to showcase Nicholas K. It’s a unique label deserving of unique scenery and architecture outside the walls of New York Fashion Week.

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