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K-Way, impervious to the passage of time

In 1965, while sitting at the Café de la Paix, Léon-Claude Duhamel, a pants manufacturer in the North of France, had the idea for this practical little jacket. He scribbled down this windbreaker that could be crumpled up and rolled up in its front pocket, lighter than a coat and less bulky than an umbrella. Then, locked away in his father's back office, he produced a colorful, waterproof, unisex nylon model that revolutionized French life. The K-Way concept: freedom of movement, whatever the weather. Today, the brand is making a comeback: packed with technical features, lighter, waterproof... The garment has evolved and is in tune with the times. Leading names in fashion and design, such as Philippe Starck and Marc Jacobs, have collaborated with the brand to give it a new lease of life. The K-way has become hype, and is making its way into Parisian concept stores. Mixed models appeal to all audiences and all ages. Revisited with style and offered in a wide range of colors, it remains as practical and fun as ever.
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