Streetwear Brands to Stock up On
Streetwear has been a major trend making the fashion circuits for years now and shows no signs of slowing down, with brand like Vetements, Supreme, and Off-White popping up everywhere from runways to red carpets. As the weather starts to warm up, check out some of the hottest brands on the market to help revamp your summer wardrobe. Many of these brands boast gender-neutral designs and have ample celebrity and model fans to boot, so you’ll be wearing them in good company.
Stone Island is a high-end Italian sportswear brand. The company capitalizes on cutting edge research, experimentation and technological innovations in textile design and fabrication to create clothing ahead of its time.
Palm Angel’s sporty-chic line is a mixture of American skater fashion and Italian tailoring. However, the brand’s bold designs aren’t just meant for the skate park; you can take a turn in one of their ultra-wearable cropped hoodies or oversized tees any day. Shop the brand here.
Bella Hadid’s go-to goth streetwear line (and a frequent design collaborator) Chrome Hearts offers a range of head-turning pieces. For their specialities, look to their leather products and jewelry. Shop CH here.
Places + Faces
This exclusive streetwear brand is your new go-to for slouchy tees, hoodies and cross-body pouch bags. Founded in 2013, Places + Faces has taken the fashion world by storm, and their pieces have been spotted on the likes of Travis Scott, A$AP Rocky, and Frank Ocean. Their products frequently sell out, so grab your favorite pieces before they’re gone. Shop the line here.
Aimé Leon Dore
Launched in 2014 in Queens, New York, Aimé Leon Dore’s youthful and color-packed designs draw inspiration from graffiti, basketball stars, ‘80s fashion and skater culture. Peruse their line for elevated athleisure in a range of pastels and neons.
Heron Preston, who is a friend and collaborator of Virgil Abloh, has an eponymous label that features a wide range of workwear-inspired utilitarian pieces. His usage of construction worker orange and the Cyrillic alphabet have made his pieces very recognizable all over Instagram. Despite being a newer designer, Preston already boasts a number of unique collaborators, including the NYC Department of Sanitation and NASA.
424 on Fairfax
This boutique streetwear brand offers hip-hop inspired looks and in-house jewelry designs. Guillermo Andrade, one of 424’s co-founders, aims to create a space that melds the salon environment of Paris and New York with LA’s laid-back vibe.
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