A Look Inside Kit and Ace In The Central West End

By Sarah Stallmann
In Style

STL’s newest buzzworthy shop, Kit and Ace, opened their doors last week to the delight of the city’s most stylish.  The Copper Studio, Kit and Ace’s road-tripping pop-up shop, also made a special appearance in the Lou to celebrate the opening. We were lucky enough to get to visit both, plus ask the famous founders (Shannon and JJ Wilson, wife and son of Lululemon founder, Chip) a few questions about their stylish boutique on wheels.

Kit and Ace opened their newest store front last week int he Central West End. Photo by Morgan Stevens.

Kit and Ace opened their newest store front last week at 304 N. Euclid in the Central West End. Photo by Morgan Stevens.

 

Kit and Ace offers a selection of basics with a luxurious edge for men and women. Photo by Morgan Stevens.

The shop offers a selection of basics with a luxurious edge for men and women. Photo by Morgan Stevens.

 

Photo by Morgan Stevens.

Kit and Ace’s trained team of stylists can assist customers in finding their perfect fit. Photo by Morgan Stevens.

 

Photo by Morgan Stevens.

Photo by Morgan Stevens.

 

Photo by Morgan Stevens.

Photo by Morgan Stevens.

 

Photo by Morgan Stevens.

Photo by Morgan Stevens.

 

Photo by Morgan Stevens.

The Copper Studio made its way to St. Louis in honor of the store opening. “The Copper Studio’s journey ‘The Grand Tour’ was inspired by the classic European rite of passage to trek through the continent in search of art and culture,” says JJ Wilson, cofounder and head of brand for the company. “From there we came up with the concept to take our brand on the road and engage with locals in key markets through impromptu Real Talk sessions, Supper Clubs and interviews with local creatives.” Photo by Morgan Stevens.

 

Photo by Morgan Stevens.

Photo by Morgan Stevens.

For more information about Kit and Ace, visit their official website.

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