What happened to Kit and Ace?

What happened to Kit and Ace?

Vancouver-based ‘technical cashmere’ brand Kit and Ace has announced new ownership and a new direction, as it finally sees profitability after more than four years in operation.

Is Kit and Ace owned by Lululemon?

History. Kit and Ace was founded in 2014 by Shannon Wilson, former lead designer of Lululemon Athletica, and her stepson J. J. Wilson. The company was founded to sell machine-washable cashmere wool clothing and accessories.

Where is Kit and Ace Clothing manufactured?

Like Lululemon, Kit and Ace focuses on design and retail; the job of actually manufacturing the clothes is contracted out to woollen mills and factories in Asia and Italy.

How many stores does Kit and Ace have?

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