For all the loyal KRANE Bag fans out there, the right bag may look familiar to you. The backpack in black waxed cotton (with deerskin contrast) is a reissue of the Kayden backpack from the K by Krane line (pictured left). Hardware and small stylistic changes have been made, along with functional feature additions to bring it up to Krane status.
K by Krane and Krane will unite as one, for the AW15 season. As growth continues in the menswear market, season after season, the market is at risk of becoming over saturated with the same products. Krane does not want to fall into that trap. Founder and Creative director, Ken Chow takes pride in providing products that cater to the wants and needs of today's contemporary man. With this said, "It makes more sense to combine the two lines, and show one message as opposed to two." Expect to see some vibrant youthful energy (from the K by KRANE brand) injected into the main KRANE brand for the future.