Curated From Twitter via W magazine….This summer, Keenan launched KIT, her first line of clothing, which includes both lace dresses and blouses, as well as hoodies, tees, and other streetwear looks. “KIT was created for the girl whose style is constantly changing, the girl who can’t be confined to one ‘brand,’” the designer says on the website for her new collection, while promising to offer something with a different “vibe” every drop.
Aside from appearing in short fashion films for her mother, lending her face to album art, and walking the red carpet at all of the major fashion events of 2018, Keenan can be spotted (most likely on Instagram) supporting her close friends Charlotte Lawrence, the emerging pop artist and daughter of the Scrubs actress Christa Miller, and the supermodel Kaia Gerber.
According to an interview with Town & Country, Keenan also cites the elevation of streetwear brands like Supreme as a motivating factor in her decision to launch her own label and gear her clothes more toward women. “I saw this huge trend of kids my age graduating from the Supreme frenzy as it became more and more institutionalized.
Raised in New York, Keenan is currently studying at the University of Southern California, but she has made it a point to show up at a handful of industry events with her mother by her side, including this year’s CFDA Awards in Brooklyn.