Kith Women’s creative lead Emily Oberg visited Leah McSweeney and Laura Stylez‘s “Improper Etiquette” podcast, a fun conversation if only because Oberg and McSweeney have the shared experience of being women in the un-female friendly industry of streetwear.
In the interview Oberg explained how she went from growing up and living in Calgary to [read more]
Nike NYC has rolled out a new video and images, part of its “Air City” campaign, a women’s effort promoting creativity and wellness as realized through the perspective of six, New York-based female creatives.
This time the spotlight is on Kith Women’s head creative, Emily Oberg, who also produces a fitness-themed video series titled [read more]
Yesterday ex-Complex reporter Emily Oberg was announced as Kith Women’s new creative director, and today we see her first effort with the retailer, overseeing the lookbook for the brand’s Astor bomber jacket. While Oberg directed the shoot, she will also have a role in designing collections, starting with fall 2017 offerings.
Kith Women has released a new lookbook titled “Black Friday,” featuring Complex on-air producer and Sporty and Rich founder, Emily Oberg. Shot in what appears to be an classy-old hotel, Oberg is featured wearing sport-inspired cropped hoodies and Kith logo tees in an array of earth toned colors. Oberg is laced in kicks via Asics, [read more]
Kith Women is preparing to deliver a cozy selection of items for fall, including a hockey-influenced, over-sized dress, quarter-zip hoodies plus casual and dressy trackpants capable of being worn with either sneakers or boots.
In a lookbook featuring model Kelsey Merritt, offerings are highlighted by an army-green bomber jacket featuring a shearling collar and sheered [read more]
Kith Women has released a Kith Women Sport activewear-themed capsule whose focus is work out enthusiasts. First shown during New York Fashion Week in September 2017, the debut Kith Sport collection includes a black stretch grouping of popular silhouettes including cycling shorts, leggings with mesh panels, sports bras, a high-cut bodysuit, long-sleeve crop tops, along [read more]
This week WWD delved into the topic of whether there’s room for growth in streetwear through the women’s category. The article included interviews with Married to the Mob Leah McSweeney as well as Kith Women creative director Emily Oberg, Bobby Kim of The Hundreds, Karmaloop founder, Greg Selko, all solid authorities on the topic at [read more]