Kiya Tomlin for 2KGrey Brings a Modern Lifestyle Aesthetic to the Equestrian Clothing World

by Jordan Manfredi April 05, 2016

Equestrian Clothing brand 2KGrey and fashion designer Kiya Tomlin have teamed up to create a new co-branded capsule collection launching in April 2016. Kiya Tomlin for 2KGrey brings a modern lifestyle aesthetic to the equestrian world with looks that exemplify the same comfort and style 2KGrey is known for.

Kiya Tomlin for 2KGrey

Designed for the modern woman’s active lifestyle, both on and off the horse, each style is expertly crafted in the U.S.A. with quality stretch fabrics, and versatility in mind. Tomlin has created a new take on the full-seat, functional denim jean that 2KGrey has become known for and she has added her own signature bamboo fleece styles redesigned with an equestrian influence including the Dani Hoodie, Boyfriend Sweatshirt and Illusion legging. Each silhouette has a luxuriously soft touch that resembles a cashmere/silk blend, but with the same ease of care as cotton.

Kiya Tomlin’s signature ready-to-wear line, Uptown Sweats by Kiya Tomlin, has become known for its causal dresses, separates and loungewear that mixes cover girl glamour with the comfort and ease of a favorite sweatshirt. Featured in the hottest fashion magazines and worn by celebs, Uptown Sweats was inspired by Kiya’s own busy lifestyle. Married to Mike Tomlin, head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Kiya knows the importance of being able to move seamlessly through the various roles women play throughout the day. Tomlin brings over ten years of design innovation to the 2KGrey partnership.

Kiya Tomlin for 2KGrey      Kiya Tomlin for 2KGrey

Kiya Tomlin for 2KGrey combines the best elements of equestrian style with the hottest runway trends to create a high fashion and high function athleisure collection that can go from the barn to the bar, and from the stable to the street .

About 2KGrey

2KGrey's mission is to honor the adventurous spirit by creating apparel that offers comfort while riding and style when you're not. In 2011, Grand Prix rider and entrepreneur Kris Pinto joined forces with fashion industry veteran Meryl Ranzer to create a chic and sophisticated line of performance riding pants. The line is now being expanded and refined by teaming up with global equine manufacturer and distributor, Intrepid International and notable fashion designer, Kiya Tomlin. 2KGrey offers serious riding clothes that are sturdy in the saddle yet slimming, stunning, and sophisticated everywhere else. Each detail, from pocket shape to seam placement is designed to enhance a woman’s silhouette.  The collection is machine washable and proudly designed in the USA. Check out new & exciting designs at:  www.2kgrey.com or Facebook: /2kGrey. Feel Better. Ride Better.




Jordan Manfredi
Jordan Manfredi

Author



Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.


Also in News

Professional Capsule Collection
Professional Capsule Collection

by Kiya Tomlin May 02, 2018

With summer just around the corner, it’s time to figure out what your warm weather plans entail. Whether jet-setting to Paris, relaxing with a glass of wine or catching up on a corporate workload, a sense of style speaks volumes to a woman’s ambitions and personality. There’s no need to fret; finding a way to express your personal style is a struggle that many of us face.

Read More

Get Ready to Bundle Up
Get Ready to Bundle Up

by Kiya Tomlin March 25, 2018

From prepping the kids for school to getting ready for another day of being a boss-lady, putting together an equally comfortable, functional and fierce outfit is no easy task. In an attempt to help, Kiya Tomlin will soon offer a simpler solution – capsules of pre-stylized outfits.

Read More

Weather Forecast: Cold Conditions and Hot Fashion
Weather Forecast: Cold Conditions and Hot Fashion

by Kiya Tomlin February 14, 2018

Throughout winter, remaining fashionable can feel like a full-time job, as we struggle to strike that perfect balance between cozy and stylish. It’s not that we hate winter, we just hate limiting ourselves to the season’s bulky fashion.  That’s why we’ve compiled a list of a few fashion-friendly trends to help ease the pain of those inevitable winter-blues.

Read More