Japanese streetwear is a hot commodity. We examine the history and culture of Japanese streetwear and some of the brands you need to know.Continue reading
We spent a few minutes speaking with David Brener to learn what are some of his favorite things as part of our Author Snapshot series of articles.
David Brener is an illustrator whose work is influenced by comic books and heavy metal music. He’s also the featured designer in Murage’s 2019 fall/winter collection.
Supreme is one of the biggest names in streetwear. By controlling inventory, catering to their fans and collaborating with other high-end labels, Supreme has ensured it will remain a major player in streetwear.
Hailed by many as the best streetwear brand ever, we examine the history of Stussy and how the iconic brand has endured.
Fashion and hip-hop music have always been intrinsically connected. From the early days of hip-hop music in the 1970s until today, streetwear and hip-hop have influenced each other over the past 40-plus years.
From snakeskin to neon and the reemergence of 1980s fashion, we take a look at the hottest trends in streetwear for women.
The question has been debated for decades: is streetwear a subculture? The answer is a resounding no – although that wasn’t always the case. In fact, streetwear used to be considered a subculture until quite recently. Today it is a staple of mainstream fashion, and therefore, can no longer be considered a subculture.
We examine the top 50 streetwear brands and tell you why they need to be on your fashion radar.
Lacoste will release a line of street wear this week based on the artwork of Keith Haring.