The origins of K-Way stretch all the way back to 1965. Leon Claude Duhamel became the architect of a reality that became entitled to enter the ranks of historic brands. The initial idea was born from the observation of those who were forced to face the inconvenience of wet clothing on rainy days. The K-Way models: The details that distinguish Jacques jackets can be found in features that are well suited to a metropolitan reality. Its hood and pockets give functionality to a range of items that combine it with marked visual pleasantness. Ductility is the watchword of the Lily jackets. If it is true that femininity and comfort appear to be two antithetical terms, it is nevertheless true that the K-Way Lily Thermoplus jacket undermines this cliché. Its reversibility will allow you to adapt it to any type of clothing. The sweatshirts are represented by the Augustine crew neck model. Elastic hems on the wrists and on the lower part, whose colour matches the garment. The logo is instead in an elegant white. For K-Way, the summer season can be summarised in the Hazel swimwear range, which ensures a regular fit, a side pocket and an internal mesh.