Identi- kitty

A born and raised Brooklynite, Cachee Livingston, aka Kitty Cash went from FIT student to fashion publicist before jetting around the world for DJ gigs and hanging with friends like Solange or starting to do appreciations hours for Missy Elliot. Now, a fashion darling, she aslo had her style column on Huffington Post and has just launched her clothing line and her latest mixtape conceived with her usual finesse.

Who is Kitty Cash?

A dj and publicist in love with Fashion.

How did your career start?
I started djing for musician Kilo Kish. Then I decided to give birth to “Love The Free” mix series that have being defined as little gems across fashion, art, tech, and film industries. I selected music from some of the best rising artists that I’ve also contributed to discover, such as Willow Smith, Sampha, Vic Mensa, Jesse Boykins III, Dev Hynes, Kelela, SZA, Rome Fortune, and many others.

How is your work?
I love being behind the scenes and also in front of the camera, which is so weird! But I think it’s a good balance, you know, it keeps me super grounded.

How would you describe your style?
Individuality. I can go to sporty style to chic apparel, with a true passion for shoes and denim.

The last mixtape is the third volume of “Love The Free” mix series, can you tell us about it?
I also produced some production myself (along with a Left Brain track) and artists such as Lil Yachty, Raury, Solange, and many others appear.


Multi-tasking DJ Kitty Cash continues to expand her creativity, with the launch of a clothing label called “The Pack.” The first release includes a white tee, and hoodie and black varsity jacket featured in a video lookbook, directed by J. Cavallini and a lookbook shot by Quil Lemons. The music (’cause there has to be music) is “In Love” by Million Dollah Rah. Visit for more info on how to purchase.

Kitty was photographed in Miami
Photographer| Julien Boudet (Bleu Mode)
Stylist| Giorgia Cantarini
Grooming| Jeanette

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