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Charlotte de Witte’s KNTXT Surprises ADE with Exclusive Filling Pieces Collaboration



The Belgian Techno Queen Charlotte de Witte has a full schedule this edition of the Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE). With her own label KNTXT she will be taking over with Amsterdam-based fashion brand Filling Pieces to launch an exclusive collection, designed jointly by Charlotte and Filling Pieces founder Guillaume Philibert. The exclusive, limited collection will be available at the Filling Pieces store for a KNTXT pop-up collaboration from Wednesday October 19 until Sunday October 23, and online from October 20

Charlotte de Witte’s record label KNTXT and high fashion streetwear brand Filling Pieces have co-designed three limited-edition pieces. Merging KNTXT’s signature underground style and characteristic “X” with Filling Pieces’ exclusive designs and expertise, the collection is a perfect representation of both brands.

The collaboration between KNTXT and Filling Pieces is based around the concept that “No label can hold us.” Music should always be a space where no one can put you in a category by the way you dress, which skin color you have, or your gender/sexual orientation. The concept makes use of a very simple set while having a strong cast that features a variety of differences. By tapping a mixed cast and using a uniform look (with the same styling used on all) the collaboration seeks to remove the labels some might feel from the outside world, breaking the stigma of external dogmas put upon us.

Featured in this upcoming exclusive and limited collection are the KNTXT flannel jacket, the Leather Card Holder CdW, and the Jenn Boot Coal, a custom-branded, sturdy leather boot that borrows inspiration from the classic combat silhouette.

Charlotte de Witte and KNTXT

In 2015 Charlotte de Witte founded her flagship, KNTXT, which has grown from a live event to a boutique label that organizes events, releases music and curates radio shows. KNTXT has collaborated with brands such as Belgian activewear brand 4254 and Danish audio design company AIAIAI, has its own curated platform on Apple Music and is now thrilled to be making further steps in the fashion world by collaborating with Filling Pieces, an exclusive high-end streetwear brand at the forefront of its industry.

Charlotte de Witte and KNTXT are in for a busy ADE, taking over the Filling Pieces store for four days, collaborating with Loop Earplugs on a limited edition, speaking on one of the conference’s panels, and selling out the massive Ziggo Dome on Friday October 21st for a true KNTXT triumph, presenting some of the finest artists like Enrico Sangiuliano, FJAAK, I Hate Models, Indira Paganotto, Onyvaa, and of course label head Charlotte de Witte.


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