Tag Archives: Streetwear

YSTRDY’S TMRRW Serves Up New Collection of Japanese Streetwear

For Spring/Summer 2018, Japan’s YSTRDY’S TMRRW prepares an array of denim-heavy goods. This new collection sees designer Kazuya Sugano revise traditional Japanese clothing and American staples.

The experience Sugano gleaned from a decade as an assistant designer at nonnative is on full display here. An assortment of wearable ite…

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Soulgoods’s First Delivery 2017 Spring Lookbook Showcases Old School Hip-Hop Streetwear

Created in 2016 by Gming and creative director Yue WU, Soulgoods aim is to shift the idea of “Made in China” products to the reflect style and culture to a new generation. In their first drop, influence is taken from an array of different sources such as old school hip-ho…

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Kinfolk Offers Graphic-Heavy Streetwear Staples in Its 2017 Spring/Summer Collection

Kinfolk returns with a slew of streetwear essentials embellished with eye-catching motifs for 2017 spring/summer. The Brooklyn-based imprint’s latest collection spans diverse outerwear and soft goods including jackets, anoraks, shirts, tees, pants, shorts and headwear. Star pieces in the assemblage are the Monaco coaches jacket in deep black, the crisp white Beacon fleece a…

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How a Tumblr Page Became a Successful Streetwear Brand With Alex Lopez of YOUTH OF PARIS

As of late, France’s streetwear scene has become an ever-changing landscape, bolstered by up-and-coming labels passionate to ground themselves as brands from the culture, for the culture. Notable among the ranks is YOUTH OF PARIS, a fledgling brand conceived as a Tumblr page in 2011 by young Parisian fashion stylis…

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Ben Baller on His New Streetwear Brand and Starting Afresh in Fashion

Known to not hold back from flaunting his 713,000 Instagram followers, Ben Baller’s “lifestyle” is one many only dream of. But the entrepreneur and jeweler didn’t get there overnight, nor was his success handed to him. He started out in the industry making custom jewelry with IFANDCO., eventually amassing a rolodex that counted hip-hop all stars and c…

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