Lucky Charms x KITH Treats Team Up On Unisex Holiday Collection

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With Christmas right around the corner, KITH is set to drop its new «Kithmas» collection, along with a special collaboration with Lucky Charms via its KITH Treats line. The duo has worked on a lineup of apparel and accessories for adults and kids.

The unisex range consists of 29 styles featuring Lucky Charms motifs throughout. The hoodies boast an all-over print of the cereal‘s signature marshmallow charms, while the puffer jacket arrives in shades of pastel. Other garments include the gradient long sleeve tees and co-branded vintage T-shirts.

As for accessories, a beanie, cap and gloves have been added to the line, as well as pint glasses, cereal bowls, puzzles and more. In addition, KITH Treats and Lucky Charms have created a limited-edition version of the cereal called Lucky Kithmas. The product’s packaging features the iconic leprechaun mascot on a redesigned co-branded box.

To coincide with this launch, KITH will also release its first «Kithmas» collection highlighting 19 holiday-inspired designs. Standout pieces include the knit sweaters, tees, Capita snowboards, skate decks and more.

KITH will host a special pop-up shop at the Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park where you can get your hands on the KITH Treats for Lucky Charms range. The shop will be open on December 4 until December 6 from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. EST daily.

The «Kithmas» 2020 collection and KITH Treats for Lucky Charms launches on December 7 online and at all KITH shops.

Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park
42nd Street and 6th Avenue
New York, NY 10018

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