Kit and Ace pop-up at The Olsen
At times, travelling can be tenuous. That said, the best way to soothe your nerves is donning head-to-toe technical fabrics — obviously. Coming soon, The Olsen lobby will feature a Kit and Ace pop-up shop for guests to purchase easy-pack essentials for days and weekends that carry on.
Here's a sneak peek of the luxury goods you can expect to come hand-to-fabric with from 11-17th April.
The Chatham Culotte is made from machine washable stretch silk that is lightweight and holds its shape no matter where your day takes you. The best of office elegance meets weekend comfort. This piece is part of the proprietary Technical Silk™ fabric range and is one of the highest-selling products for the Australian market.
The Long & Lean Dress is made from the airy texture of cashmere, wearable across all seasons and throughout your busiest days. It is substantial enough to wear on its own but just right to wear as a layer. Super stretchy, This piece will move with you, wherever you are heading. Hail a cab. Lift that box. Bike to your next meeting.
The Solstice Poncho is a reversible poncho designed for days that start with back-to-back presentations and end with a trans-Atlantic flight. Made from an incredible combination of naturally breathable silk and cashmere, this travel-ready piece is ready for anything.
The Telford Brushed Long Sleeve is the the perfect gentleman's wingman. Tailored with a ribbed collar and cut from irresistibly soft brushed Miskace™, this long sleeve knows your strengths and just what to showcase.
The Commuter Jogger is designed for your commute, made with water-wicking, four-way stretch, wrinkle-resistant fabric. To top it off, they have a stain-resistant finish and a tailored aesthetic to ensure you look just as polished on your bicycle as you do in the boardroom.
The Make Moves Cardigan is made with eyelets for underarm ventilation, tailored darts for a sleek fit and a wrinkle-resistant fabric with unprecedented four-way stretch. This cardigan is in a category all its own.
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