We were asked a few questions by the people from Adelaide street style magazine 'Feud'. We were asked question that will provide you with a good insight into who we are, what we aim to do with our product, what is to come and how to pronounce our label of course, a long with a variety of other Q&A's, hit the link to suss the interview: www.feudmagazine.com/fashion/kvrkr Feud also put together a photoshoot with @baxter.william behind the lens and @mynameisderek in the kit. Here are some shots of the shoot.
We were lucky enough to be apart of the Maker's Market Exhibition held in our home city of Adelaide. Various local and interstate cycling/active wear labels were on show to the public. The event was orchestrated by Treadly bike shop, the day was a great success to all involved. Have a browse at what went on through our blog images.
The word 'Låufen' is German for run, or active. We design our garments for individuals who are active whether it be during the day or at sun down. The Låufen long sleeve is our first designed and manufactured garment, the colour way (black, white and grey) is a colour scheme we tend to favour with our first drop of designs as it also one of our favourite colour schemes to work with. This design contains font that is bold and easily visible, emphasising the German word 'Låufen'. Material is 100% polyester with a weighting of 220gsm, a thicker fix of...
The kvRkr.sport Le Tour top design comes from an admiration of French bike culture and of course the Tour De France. With this particular design we are incorporating various bold font, with key fonts as a reflective component, while also including the French flag on the front and back - which is personally one of our favourite flags. The Le Tour top contains the traditional kvRkr.sport cubes on the sleeves and bottom back of the garment. In comparison the Låufen long sleeve (220gsm), we opted for a lighter polyester weighting (180gsm) ideal for a warmer climate.