It was on a wet spring day in Paris in 1965 that Leon-Claude Duhamel decided to create sleek nylon jackets, pants, and hats that came folded up in tiny pouches, ensuring Parisians could weather the rain conveniently and stylishly. Today K-Way is poised for a comeback—the brand’s retro cachet plus its ingenious practicality is a recipe for fashion success.
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Punchy basics, cut out for kicking back