5 Streetwear brands you should know
Supreme, STÜSSY, Off-white , undercover, Obey
If you are talking about these five brands, that means either you are a loyal fan, you like streetwear, or both! Well done!
Undeniably, streetwear is a popular trend in recent runway shows. Lots of designer and luxury brands are adjusting their design blending into streetwear. A Fashion Revolution has begun. As a result of this, we are going to share another five streetwear brands you should know!
1. THE HUNDREDS (https://thehundreds.uk)
The Hundreds, founded by Bobby Kim and Ben Shenassafar in 2003 in Los Angeles, is a dual project that houses a Classic Californian streetwear brand and a media platform dedicated to global street culture.
The Hundreds clothing encompasses T-shirts, denim, wovens, fleece, headwear, and outerwear. In their Fall Winter 2018 collection, you can find their signature aesthetic from previous collections – the loose cuts, big logos and motifs and baggy fits.
2. Cav EMPT (https://www.cavempt.com)
Cav Empt, introduced by Sk8thing, is a Japanese street wear clothing label. Cav Empt clothing features graphic tees and varsity jackets alongside tailored shirts and blazers, giving the label not only a casual street look but making it multi-functional.
3. Patta (https://www.patta.nl/)
Patta is a Dutch streetwear store based in Amsterdam, founded by Edson Sabajo and Guillaume Schmidt in 2004. Patta started out as a platform selling exclusive items that had been collected. After increasing their online presence, Patta began to collaborate with the likes of ASICS, Adidas, Converse, Nike and Reebok.
4. 10Deep (https://10deep.com/)
10 Deep is an independent heritage street fashion brand and self-contained creative collective founded by Scott Sasso in 1995. The New York-based label creates highly detailed and augmented takes on traditional sports and workwear.
5. Noah NY (https://noahny.com)
NOAH is an American men’s clothing brand founded by Brendon Babenzien. Brendon’s free-thinking vision has long been at the heart of the movement merging the rebellious vitality of skate, surf, and music cultures with an innovative appreciation of classic menswear.