Introducing the CALVIN KLEIN X Amazon.com/Fashion holiday retail experience, the first collaboration of its kind.
Two exclusive pop-up shops, opening today in New York and Los Angeles, offer an interactive shopping experience featuring exciting tech integrations throughout.
Shop iconic Calvin Klein Underwear styles, including men’s and women’s underwear, loungewear, and more, for everyone on your list, through December 31. #MYCALVINS
NEW YORK: 545 Broadway
LOS ANGELES: 1444 Third Street Promenade (more…)
Introducing Chief Creative Officer Raf Simons' Pre-Spring 2018 CALVIN KLEIN 205W39NYC collection. Building on the house codes defined in the Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 runway shows, this offering expands on that same richly kaleidoscopic view of America.
Photographed by Willy Vanderperre. Showroom design by Sterling Ruby. (more…)
From the fragrance bottles of ETERNITY and OBSESSED to Andy Warhol-printed bags and denim offering, a closer look at the darkly cinematic world of the Spring 2018 CALVIN KLEIN 205W39NYC RTW show.
Featuring works by Andy Warhol, produced in collaboration with The Andy Warhol Foundation and Hopper Goods, LLC. (more…)
Blue-jean dream: Kate Moss wears CALVIN KLEIN 205W39NYC in a feature on the new #CKOBSESSED fragrance for Harper's Bazaar's September issue. Styled by Elissa Santisi and shot by Moss’ boyfriend, photographer Nikolai von Bismarck: http://ckle.in/dqCzMa (more…)
With a floor-to-ceiling installation by artist Sterling Ruby, CALVIN KLEIN announces the reopening of the brand’s 654 Madison Avenue flagship store. Looks seen on the runway of Raf Simons’ Fall/Winter 2017 debut for CALVIN KLEIN will be available to shop, including new brand offerings Calvin Klein Jeans Est 1978, CALVIN KLEIN UNDERWEAR 205W39NYC, among a full assortment of CALVIN KLEIN 205W39NYC apparel and accessories for men and women. (more…)
Sterling Ruby says: “When Raf [Simons] invited me to work on these projects for Calvin Klein, he gave me the freedom to create work that was essentially my own. But of course, I also thought about what the company meant and stood for; I thought about America.” (more…)