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Philadelphia will be one of the first cities to get its hands on White, the new contemporary knitwear label from the San Francisco-based company, Chaiken. Poised to hit stores in February, the collection will be available at the Chestnut Street boutique Knit Wit, along with stores in Chicago, Boston, and throughout Asia.
White's fifteen-piece collection includes basics like cropped and muscle tees, tanks, dresses, and sweatshirts in terry and cotton. Price points will be wallet-friendlier than Chaiken's main line, but if the label's worthy of rack space at Knit Wit, expect a nosedive from your checking account balance.
· Chaiken [Official Site]
· Chaiken Launches White Knitwear Label [Racked]
· More on Knit Wit's move to Chestnut Street [Curbed Philly]