k1x wmns karina kino matrushka hoody

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Color: black/neon
material: 80% cotton 20% polyester

The black/neon K1X KARINA KINO MATRUSHKA HOODY unites fashion, street art and charity. The Russian street art artist Karina Kino designed a whole collection in collaboration with K1X and 20 % of the proceeds will be donated to the Pavlin Orphanage in Moscow. The opportunity to do good and look good as it is for this collection is quite rare. Karina Kino is well-known for her colorful characters and her socio-critical pictorial language. That is the reason why the print on the Matrushka Hoody can be classified between design, graffiti and street art. Although the print is quite stylish, the yellow drawstrings and the K1X x Karina Kino patches on the right sleeve and under the hood also attract the attention.

  • Brand: K1X
  • Article name: Karina Kino Matrushka Hoody
  • Material: 80% Cotton, 20% Polyester
  • Color: Black/Neon
  • 20% of the proceeds will be donated to the Pavlin Orphanage in Moscow

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The black/neon K1X KARINA KINO MATRUSHKA HOODY unites fashion, street art and charity. The Russian street art artist Karina Kino designed a whole collection in collaboration with K1X and 20 % of the proceeds will be donated to the Pavlin Orphanage in Moscow. The opportunity to do good and look good as it is for this collection is quite rare. Karina Kino is well-known for her colorful characters and her socio-critical pictorial language. That is the reason why the print on the Matrushka Hoody can be classified between design, graffiti and street art. Although the print is quite stylish, the yellow drawstrings and the K1X x Karina Kino patches on the right sleeve and under the hood also attract the attention.

  • Brand: K1X
  • Article name: Karina Kino Matrushka Hoody
  • Material: 80% Cotton, 20% Polyester
  • Color: Black/Neon
  • 20% of the proceeds will be donated to the Pavlin Orphanage in Moscow

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