Kick Attire, a local Pittsburgh brand, has completed a year of hard work and will update its brand this fall. Kick Attire uses almost all natural fabrics including cashmere, wool and cotton, with only small amounts of synthetic fibers. Catering to athletic men and those with fitting problems, such as height and wide thighs, this line strives to make the best clothes in someone’s closet.
In 2017’s Pittsburgh Fashion Week, designer, Paula Minydzak, along with her apprentice, Steven Kuhn, will show custom men’s dress pants, vests and accessories. Steven will model along with Pittsburgh Riverhounds soccer players, Trey Mitchell and Nick Thompson.
Paula Minydzak, owner and head designer, hopes to up the bar for Pittsburgh clothing design. Paula has taken both Steven Kuhn and designer Leesa Kassler as apprentices in the past year.
Kick Attire plans to start small run manufacturing in the coming year and is currently taking orders via its website at kickattire.com. Kick Attire will also be sold at 2nd Avenue Boutique, owned by Leesa Kassler, which will open just after Fashion Week.
Photograph of Trey Mitchell by Marnie Minydzak of Moments and Milestones Photography.