With the growing influence of street style, designers and luxury brands are giving the humble tracksuit a refresh. Universally loved for its comfort and convenience and combined with the increase of popularity for athleisure wear due to the current stay at home situation, we thought it was about time to celebrate the tracksuit trend. From loved streetwear designers, Money to Maison Margiela here is our selection of your new favourite statement loungewear co-ords and tracksuit sets. Get ready to add them onto your wishlist… Money Clothing Established in 2003, London... Read More
It’s that time of year again to refresh your wardrobe for the warmer weather. Swap out your black, dark grey and winter shades for a brighter summer pallet and start injecting some colour into your clothes. Think every shade of the rainbow incorporated into a mixture of prints, tie dyes and colour blocking patterns. We’re going crazy for anything multicoloured this Summer! The Trend: Tie Dye This multicoloured trend is going to be massive this Spring/Summer 2020 so expect to see it in every shop and online retailer. If you’re... Read More
It originated in Hong Kong but came to life in Japan, Mostly Heard Rarely Seen (MHRS), is an Asian high-street fashion label. Designed by Thomas “Tomakira” Li, the clothing is essentially a reflection of street cultures in Japan & China. Tomakira created his own unique style of eastern inspired street fashion with the aim of providing quality and innovation to customers. As you may already know, Mostly Heard Rarely Seen collections are highly detailed and particularly focused on design. Tomakira himself, lives by his brand’s motto. The designer likes to... Read More
What better time to flaunt your favourite statement pieces than in the bright days of spring and summer? Check out our top 10 bold designer picks for men in SS20.
Nelson Mandela’s triumphant release from prison. The Spice Girls releasing their first single and unleashing Girl Power on the world. The movie ‘Pulp Fiction.’ What do all of these things have in common? They were born out of the ’90s, and streetwear was too. Like the aforementioned events, streetwear has had a massive impact on the world, a brand new arm of fashion born not out of haute couture, but popular culture, heavily influenced by sport, music and movies. Streetwear brands now dominate the fashion scene, with a hardcore fanbase... Read More
Vogue Paris, in their October 2018 article touting the top menswear trends for 2019, state that streetwear infiltrates the vision boards of major fashion houses every single year. With streetwear measuring up to be a fashion staple for 2019 it’s well worth starting to think about which pieces you’ll choose to complement your summer wardrobe. To aid in this, we have compiled our favourite streetwear pieces from the Brother2Brother website. Featuring the creme de la creme of fashion houses including Givenchy and Vivienne Westwood as well as top brands Billionaire... Read More
.Behind The Brand | Haculla. Instagram: @hacullaofficial | Instagram: @harifguzman | Owner & Designer: Jon Koon & Harif Guzman .The Brand. Haculla, a designer streetwear collection, is designed by Tykoon Brand Holding’s owner and creative director Jon Koon, and inspired by the iconic Harif Guzman’s 15 years of provocative street art. Guzman began tagging the streets of New York in the early-2000’s and became recognized for his work soon there after, gaining a celebrity following. They have since watched him transition from a street artist to contemporary painter. His street... Read More
.Sneaker Shopping with Complex’s Joe La Puma. YouTube: Complex | Instagram: @Complex | Twitter: @Complex | Website: uk.complex.com For sneakerheads and hypebeasts, Sneaker Shopping with Complex is a weekly must-see. With YouTube views increasing rapidly over the past few months, and the likes of in-demand guests such as Migos, Kevin Hart, DJ Khaled, Usher & many more, the universe gets a preview into each guests lives and delve into the history of what sneakers are nostalgic to them, and which current sneakers they like, and dislike the most. At an average of 7-9... Read More