Streetwear is a common term in the fashion world that originated from Californian skate culture. The clothing usually blends the elements of hip-hop and modern high fashion. Here are some of the highlighted brands that made contributions into streetwear culture.
The perfect blend of Japanese interpretation of high fashion streetwear presented by Yohji Yamamoto. Adidas and Japanese mastermind turned out to be one of the memorable combinations in the fashion world
Barrow is the first made in Italy brand dedicated to digital natives that attracts the younger generation through social media platforms and extravagant designs. The catchy designs and high quality for your street look.
“As long as people are interested in culture – their own and someone else’s – as long as they watch, read and observe, they will also be interested in street fashion.” –Heron Preston
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When describing the style of clothing produced under the name Comme des Garçons, the term “anti-fashion” is often mentioned. The characteristic details of the brand’s clothing are unusual shapes, cuts and deconstructivism. A red heart for your street look.
Off-White produces street-style clothes, all models look flashy and a little rebellious. However, even the harsh-looking designer has a love for the art. The updated brand meets the demand for a more mature and status style: street aesthetics are gradually being replaced by modern classics.
In their own collections, designers favor dynamic and provocative urban style with an emphasis on sporty and avant-garde aesthetics. Oversized silhouettes and a catchy palette, patchwork, lettering and gradients allow you to see character even in simple-cut shirts, hoodies, joggers and jackets.