AKINGSNY: A Contemporary Luxury Clothing Company

Fashion

Alan King announces his first pop-up shop based in the heart of New York on 28W 38th St. AKINGSNY officially founded in January 2016 with weighty architectural influences that can be seen in every stitch and step of design building. They source the majority of their denim from Japanese and Italian Mills. AKINGSNY’s denim is definitely sourced from the finest Japanese and Italian mills. And relating to Alan: “Each piece crafted that you should feel like royalty.” With laser precision in targeting his core market, King is obviously someone to keep a close attention on.  Creative prodigies, Alan King and Frankhavemercy, exclusively brought together their respective brands for the runway presentation. The footwear for the event was provided entirely by Koio Collective along with complimentary refreshments by Box Water and Salsa Di Parma. Alan will be showing his Fall Winter 2019 collection at NYFW this season. This highly coveted event is press, buyer and friends & family exclusive with many die hard customers included.

Their company belief is simple: “Better a little which is well done, than a great deal imperfectly.” -Plato. AKINGS NY is offering an unique opportunity to encounter their denim and fulfill their team in New York. Come shop, sip, vibe and generate. They will have a studio setup, come fitted appropriate and get your photo taken.

AKINGSNY debuted their 1st Fall Winter 2016 – 2017 collection. The outerwear collection begins with a heavy 22 ounce Japanese Selvedge Kevlar parka followed by a cozy Italian suede, Lamb shearling jacket and an Italian wool all paired with their selvedge denim collection. This signature heavy focus on stacking, twisting of fabric, has captured the hearts of denim enthusiast around the world. Truly A Cut Above The Rest. There is usually something about fashion that strikes the eyes of individuals from many different aspects. Alan King, a young 19-year-old entrepreneur has managed to captivate the attention of many through his artistic vision. Alan started this dream of attaining a goal in the fashion industry around the age of 15. His organization is called AKINGSNY, officially established in January 2016. Alan first started with a collection of graphic tees. He wanted to create clothes he could observe himself and his friends wearing. As Alan developed, he became fascinated with silhouettes, stitches, and material. He began to work more closely on cut and sewn to bring his innovative vision to life.

AKINGSNY felt that there was much more that could be done instead of settling for a blank canvas that has already been molded by the views of society. The key to creating art is development and originality. Alan stated, “To limit yourself with premade canvases constructs boundaries in your creativity, by creating my own canvas I can present a more genuine conversation.” I believe he is absolutely correct. Alan KingClothes have more power than just being pieces of material that cover one’s body. They symbolize who we are, and how we carry ourselves. Alan stated, “One could be walking down the street, and without even making eye contact with another individual, your clothes immediately ignite a conversation.” Fashion can bring persons together from all different parts of the world.

There is something about fashion that strikes the eyes of individuals from many different aspects. Alan King, a young 19-year-old entrepreneur has managed to captivate the attention of many through his artistic vision. Alan started this dream of attaining a goal in the fashion industry around the age of 15. His organization is called AKINGSNY, officially established in January 2016. Alan first started with a collection of graphic tees. He wanted to create clothes he could observe himself and his friends wearing. As Alan developed, he became fascinated with silhouettes, stitches, and material. He began to work more closely on cut and sewn to bring his innovative vision to life. AKINGSNY felt that there was much more that could be done instead of settling for a blank canvas that has already been molded by the views of society. The key to creating art is development and originality. Alan stated, “To limit yourself with premade canvases constructs boundaries in your creativity, by creating my own canvas I can present a more genuine conversation.” I believe he is absolutely correct. Hope to see y’all there!