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HYPEBEAST and In The Know are launching Forever Emerging, a new show that explores the world of fashion with established and emerging designers. Kyle Ng of Brain Dead sits down with Kara Jubin, the visionary behind KkCo and Brain Dead’s women’s line.
Forever Emerging is designed to uplift the voices of the next generation of creatives while exploring how these individuals are pushing the envelope with their designs. Ng and Jubin have a candid conversation about how they started working together, their hobbies and inspirations, and what drives their work at Brain Dead.
Fans can dive into the history of their collaborations and understand the roles that they each play in their creative partnership. “I think it was really important for you to join Brain Dead,” Ng says to Jubin. “You’re the one I trust in womenswear.”
Jubin also introduces her brand KkCo, which the young designer describes as a brand with pieces that can be worn from “going camping to the studio.” She wears a unique outfit that includes a long skirt and a fishing vest, then Ng takes Jubin to Echo Park for some fishing.
Both talents find creative inspiration from their hobbies and Ng believes that running a clothing brand is “all about incorporating all the things you love and sharing that common interest with people.”
Watch the full episode of Forever Emerging in the video above before exploring other video series available on the In The Know Network.
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