Kith x Bugs Bunny 2020

Kith Taps Bugs Bunny for a Looney Tunes Collab

Continuing his appreciation to Saturday morning cartoons, Ronnie Fieg is teaming up with the Tune Squad on an 80-piece capsule collection of apparel, shoes, and accessories for all — kids and adults. In celebration of Bugs Bunny’s 80th birthday.


“Growing up as kids in the ’80s and ’90s I think we all had some Looney Tunes gear, especially when Space Jam came out,” says Fieg. The seminal Jordan film gets several nods in the collection’s tees, which are part of Kith’s Vintage Tee Program, meaning they’ve been washed to become as soft as the perfect ’90s-era eBay pickup.

“The collection reminds us of when we were kids, but allows us to express our love for the characters in an adult way,” adds Maryellen Zarakas, senior vice president of franchise management and marketing for Warner Bros. Consumer Products. “For Bugs Bunny’s 80th birthday, this was the perfect collaboration to showcase why he remains one of the most beloved cultural icons today.”


Marking the 2nd time Bugs Bunny graces Kith’s garments, this time focusing on the lead character himself, as for Ronnie Bugs holds a special cultural value as a cartoon character.

“First off he’s a New Yorker, so that definitely plays a part. But Bugs was always the epitome of cool. He was always smarter than the other guy, able to talk or think his way out of a tough situation,” says Fieg. “He’s the leader. All the other characters gravitate towards him, and I think those are all qualities that we want to see in ourselves.”

While the collection focuses mainly on Bugs, it also features other Looney Tunes characters like Tweety Bird, Marvin the Martian, and the Tazmanian Devil all redone in Bugs Bunny’s signature gray colors as an homage. There’s also a Kith x Looney Tunes rug featuring the same logo flip on the collection’s Chuck Taylor CT70.


Fieg will be hosting a special Saturday Morning Cartoons event on this Saturday, July 11th to celebrate the partnership. He’ll be playing four of his favorite episodes and doing interviews with a few Looney Tunes personalities, including Eric Bauza, the current voice actor of Bugs Bunny and UCLA animation historian Jerry Beck.

“I want people to experience the feeling we had growing up of pouring a big bowl of cereal and turning on cartoons to see what antics our favorite characters would get into,” says Fieg. “[Some of the] episodes are from the 1940s and early 1950s, and it still surprises me how contemporary they still feel.”

Kith x Looney Tunes releases on Monday, July 13th at all Kith shops and at 11 a.m. The Saturday Morning Cartoons event kicks off on Saturday, July 11th at 11 a.m. on

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