The chef Kwame Onwuachi has transferred his style for Pop-Artwork into an apron design that comes with meals and New York Metropolis imagery for Tilit, a chef’s gear firm. (There’s additionally a blunt, although censored, message to not label the wearer.) An avocado, a pretzel, a kettle grill, a taxi and extra are pictured in a dense sample on natural duck cotton canvas created with Tilit’s designers. The sturdy apron with a pocket is available in lavender, white or grey, and has a detachable leather-based strap on the neck.
Kwame x Tilit, $95, tilitnyc.com.
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