Category: behind the scenes

One is never enough | behind the scenesJan 09, 2016

Kule stripe tees come in 4 different fits and 2 fabric weights. The reason is that each style expresses a completely a different attitude and purpose. For example, The Modern and The Modern Long are great worn alone for warmer days or as layering pieces in the fall and winter months. The Classic, a medium weight cotton,  is slightly tailored for a more finished and cleaner look. The Boyfriend,  a medium weight cotton,  is a more casual and relaxed fit and great for weekends or traveling. I love them all and could never choose just one. One Kule stripe tee is never enough!


KULE Modern Tee


KULE Modern Long Tee


KULE Classic Tee


KULE Boyfriend Tee


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Back To The Blog | behind the scenesApr 07, 2015
Kule Stripe Shirts

Kule Stripe Shirts


KULESTRIPES by Kerri Rosenthal

KULESTRIPES artwork by Kerri Rosenthal


Nikki in a Kule Shirt at Capsule

It’s been a while since I last posted, but I’ve taken some time off from the blog due to life, work, and family. In the last few months, we have been working on a few new and exciting things to come at Kule. First, we’ve been working on launching our new line and in March we were at the Capsule trade show in New York, where we showed the collection to editors and retailers. Also this past month, we have been prepping for our new editorial shoot and look book as well as redesigning our site to match the new look. It is all very exciting and I look forward to showing you the new direction of Kule, so please stay tuned!

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KULE POP-UP SHOP | behind the scenesSep 29, 2014

The Kule Pop-Up Shop is here! For a limited time only ( 5 months), we’ll be showing off our Kule stripes, classic plaids and much more on the Upper East Side (1128 Lexington Avenue between 82nd and 83rd streets). Stop by to touch and feel the collection and to say hello. I look forward to meeting all of you. We are stocked with some new Fall Kule pieces and also some exclusive one-off Kule pieces only available in the pop-up shop. I want to thank Betsie for pulling this together while I was living in California and to thank Tova for breaking a sweat for the team. Go Team!!

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