Charlotte de Witte’s KNTXT Takes Over Amsterdam with Filling Pieces

Charlotte de Witte’s label KNTXT has teamed up with Amsterdam-based high fashion streetwear brand Filling Pieces to launch an exclusive KNTXT x Filling Pieces collection. Charlotte and Filling Pieces founder Guillaume Philibert have co-designed three limited edition pieces, bridging the gap between the label’s electronic music-infused aesthetics and the brand’s high-end savoir-faire.

The collaboration is based on the concept that “No label can hold us.”  and that music should always be a space where no one can put you in a category based on the way you dress, your skin colour, or your gender/sexual orientation.

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Featured in this exclusive and limited collection are the KNTXT flannel jacket, the Leather Card Holder CdW, and the Jenn Boot Coal, a custom-branded, sturdy leather boot that borrows inspiration from the classic combat silhouette.

In 2015 Charlotte de Witte founded her flagship, KNTXT, which has grown from a live event to a boutique label that organises events, releases music and curates radio shows. KNTXT has collaborated with a number of brands, including Belgian activewear brand 4254 and Danish audio design company AIAIAI, and it has its own curated platform on Apple Music. Now the label is leaving its mark in the high-end fashion world by collaborating with Filling Pieces, an exclusive streetwear brand at the forefront of its industry.

To top off this exciting launch, Charlotte also just released her brand new ‘Apollo’ EP on October 14th, a follow-up to her April EP ‘UniversalConsciousness’. Known for her dark, stripped-back brand of techno, acid and anything high-energy, the 4-track EP is an uncompromising collection of club tracks

Get your hands on the exclusive KNTXT x Filling Pieces collection is available at the Filling Pieces Flagship store, from October 19th until October 23rd, and then online from October 20th.

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