Pick n Pay Clothing’s latest young designer collab targets younger customers as it constantly grows its appeal for SA shoppers

20-year-old Kiav Mitoo, a graphic design student, is the latest creative to launch a limited edition collection under Pick n Pay Clothing’s Futurewear incubator programme.

Kiav Mitoo (20), a graphic design student in CPT, launches his t-shirt range with PnP Clothing

The collection’s crop tops and oversized tees sport a vibrant graffiti vibe in bright summery hues. Perfect for Pick n Pay Clothing’s trendy, young crowd, as the value clothing retailer continues to captivate South African shoppers.

Kiav x PnP Clothing range
Kiav Mitoo’s creations are built on expressing his artistic flair through garments as canvases
Kiav Mitoo, Hazel Pillay (PnP), Buchanan and Gavin Rajah

“Futurewear isn’t just about unveiling fresh, on-trend collections – it’s also a platform to empower local talent. We are embracing diversity in styles and techniques to cater to every shopper. Kiav’s line brings that street-chic edge, adding to our array of previous dressed-up collections,” says Hazel Pillay, General Manager: Pick n Pay Clothing.

Kiav x PnP Clothing range

In the span of just one year, Kiav has designed prints for two Futurewear designer collections and launched his own range, a feat that many students his age can only dream of achieving. His range is now in selected Pick n Pay Clothing stores and available online.

Kiav Mitoo launches exclusive collection with Pick n Pay Clothing’s Futurewear programme
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