Streetwear Brands on the Come Up in 2018

If you’re looking for that low-key heat, you’ve come to the right place. Some of these brands have been around for a bit; some are new to the fashion game. Regardless, below you will find some of the newer streetwear brands that are going to make it happen in 2018 and beyond. 

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Apprehend Global

As a young brand, Apprehend Global showcases designs that feature the two different meanings of the word apprehend. Earlier collections featured artworks depicting being arrested while also showing the beauty of the world and these kinds of designs are perpetuated in their latest collections launched last December 8.

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Arch Essentials

Arch Essentials is a Denmark based, socially-passionate brand. With a WRAP-certified (Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production) supply chain, they continue to produce minimalist collections focusing on fit, quality, comfort and with an attention to detail.

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Autograf

Great music and artistic minimalist streetwear are just two of the marks that Autograf wants to leave the world. Their creativity continues as they visit more cities in their Caution: Live Tour 2018.

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Bittersweet

With a one-man operation based in Auckland, Bittersweet is a brand with great vision and style for their minimalist accessories and tees. They recently released a limited edition “Butterfly Collection” featuring embroidered Monarch Butterfly on the chest along with a decent sized print on the left sleeve tying up the design, proving that they can really make innovation, quality and luxury meet accessibility.

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Born Dead Clothing Co

The love and appreciation of traditional art work, tattoos, and street art, paved the way to establishing Born Dead. With designs made by a retired graffiti artist and hand printed locally in Upstate New York, they feature tattoo designs, lifting them off of the streets and into our wardrobe.

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Brainchild

Affordable minimalist streetwear is the trademark of Brainchild. They are currently showcasing three collections, the Cowgirl, Protection and Logo in their not only amazing designs but also high-quality tees.

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Breakfast Clxb

Inspired by one of the greatest movies of all time, Breakfast Clxb creates designs based on today’s later streetwear trends. They produce affordable basic high-quality tees, hoodies and other apparels from their base, city South Coast in Massachusetts.

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Brovado Clothing Co

Brovado Clothing hits the fashion industry this year with bold minimalist apparel designs. Their brand strongly visualizes their products as streetwear by the youth, for the youth.

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Bummers Phoenix

Affordability and style is the focus of the Phoenix-based clothing brand, Bummers. Graphic Designer Donny Reeves and Photographer Ced Gammon established the brand to become a true US made brand by getting rid of outsourcing and making sure that their products maintain the highest of standards.

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Campus

Minimalist, high quality street wear is the main product of Campus. Their designs include logo tees and statement shirts that highlights a person’s individuality.

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Cinta

Currently featuring one design, Cincta, a newky established British clothing brand has been making waves as the design hit the market. Minimalist, high-quality and comfortable, are the main reasons why their tee is sellng off the racks.

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Coalition 17

Based out in Toronto, Canada, CLTN 17 is all about light and comfortable unisex casual wear. The label’s emphasis on quality garments and simple aesthetics is hard to miss, and their pieces reflsct that too.

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Coldnoir

A brand for the young, fun and restless, ColdNoir tries to capture that in its prints. A fairly new enterprise, the label only has a couple of designs under it’s belt right now but collaborations with local artists are coming up.

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Common Thieves

Another Canadian brand on the roster, Common Thieves like making bold statements with their designs. Whether its bright hues or the big crisp graphics, clothes from CT tend to stand out.

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Creizy

With Creighton S’s “creiativity”, he founded Creizy clothing last January 2017 as a skating and street wear line. Focusing on ridiculous designs for all sexes, the company has grown to become successful online and offline.

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Dauntless

Los Angeles based, Dauntless, was founded on 2013 with a vision to have the power to not be afraid to pursue your dreams. Releasing a piece every other Monday, their consistency and quality of products have gained them strong followership. Aside from passion for clothing, they also have passion for music and is open to hosting other artists on their site.

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Dershutze

Derschutze have been able to incorporate their artwork into the classic streetwear style. Their designs are modern scenes executed as rennaisance artwork. The patches on plain high quality apparels have set their brand different among the rest. A strong followership in social media and limited merchandise have made their products must-haves for avide streetwear enthusiasts.

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Donothingclub

A Collaboration between New York City and UK, Donothingclubexplores connections through design. Drawing inspiration from music, art and performance from the brand’s origin cities, they aim to deliver limited merchandise made from unique designs to celebrate the individuality in every customer.

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DumbSmart New York

An up and coming New York clothing brand, DumbSmart, is inspired by the random thoughts of Walter Daughtrey III. Their latest collections showcase the modern minimalism designs on different high quality apparel. This group of inspired and highly driven designers envision bigger things as their brand progresses through their devotion to style.

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Effulgence

Experimenting with different cuts, textures and prints, Effulgence is an up and comer that keeps its designs fresh and interesting. Based out of San Francisco, you can clearly see the skater and urban influence.

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Floater Culture

MArsOG founded floater as his expression of self-inspiration. Their designs include contemporary modern designs and re-inventions of currently household brands. They have redesigned the contemporary brands to create their own expression of the brand and to create a culture of individuality in their streetwear designs.

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FM Apparell

Launched last September, FMApparel was able to launch their collection of tracksuits,and logo tees and slippers. Although new to the clothing industry, the brand easily gained social media following making their launch a success.

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Fortune Black Label

An Irish label that has really capitalized on social media as a marketing tactic, Fortune Black Label came to the scene a few months ago and built a following fairly quickly. Their brand mantra is to keep good looking threads wallet friendly, and compared to a lot of other brands their prices are much lower.

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Four Rivers

Four Rivers goal is to produce original, unique and creative designs and artwork for their products. Their designs are inspired by nature and they have been able to create artworks that incorporate these into the modern streetwear style. With the goal of continuous growth, they are currently planning collaborations with other brands this coming 2018.

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Fripsch

Netherland based Fripsch creates artwork based on 90s cartoon elements. Founded by Willem Hoeffnagel and Djinn Hoovgveld, they have envisioned greater things for the brand as they produce unique deisgns and high quality streetwear.

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Fugazi Amici

Fugazi Amici started in 2016 in Los Angeles, Calfornia. They have recenlty released a new colelction of tees last December 2017 consisting of a jersey shirt deisgn, a graphic tee and a statement tee. They also produce other kinds of high quality apparels bearing their unique artwork. Their website is currrently under renovation but their social media accounts are very much updated.

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Full Circle Nation

Established in North Carolina by Isaiah Green in 2016, Full Circle Nation has become a provider of affordable graphic tees,quality but inexpensive cut & sew products and stickers and pins.Their collections include imaginative designs and sketches from their community of artists, skaters and fashion enthusiasts and revitalizations of old advertisements as they live up to their logic that everything in life eventually comes full circle.2018 will be another amazing year for FCN as they will be launching Nation Film and Creatives Only Zine

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FUN

As the brand name suggets, this clothing brand is all about fun. Fun’s artworks on their graphic tees are different intepretations of fun. They are now working on their Spring/Summer collection for 2018.

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Global Awareness Clothing Co.

Global Awareness Clothing was founded by 2 high school students from San Francisco aiming to shine light on issues that threaten the world. Their designs include statements about the environment and images of endangered animals. Aside from online stores, locals shops that support their cause also carry their apparels.

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Gloomy Season

Boston based clothing brand, Gloomyseason’s designs revolve around mystery and the supernatural. Their site went live last July 2016 and they have succesfully gather a group of streetwear enthusiasts.

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Good Time Connoisseurs

GTC aims to merge good time with good taste. Its designs celebrates the happy moments in life by turning them into streetwear.

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Grade A Failures

Failures are not all bad. This is the message that Grade A aims to ccommunicate through their artwork. their minimalist statement apparel encourages failure as a way to learn new things. The brand started mid 2017 and is now working on their next collection.

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Helth

Collecting influences from century old art and adverts, subculture and the underground to create our graphic tees and other products, the Canadian brand Helth Designs have already been able to produce 2 collections. Their second collection released late 2017 have received a good feedback from streetwear enthusiats.

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Hey Apparel

Hey. is a collaborative experiment and art project based around the consumer and the clothing they wear. Their designs are contemporary images drawn as black and white lines. Minimalist yet modern and stylish, their designs reflect the sophistication if their brand’s roots in Chicago.

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Indijinus Tribe

Indjinus tribe designs celebrate the greatness of ancient leadership. Symbols of mythology Gods, Chinese & Japanese auspicious elements are just a few of the components that they are combining to create their artwork.

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Ineffable

Zack created Ineffable Clothing Company, aka ICC when he was about to finish Middle School. Starting with 12 pieces, he was able to move the brand forward to high end street culture fashion and each collection is ” inspired by the idea that society shapes the lives of others and influences opinions and views on people and events on an everyday basis.”.

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Jackrabbit

Established on March 2012, Jackrabbit Clothing has consistently produced unique artwork by combining Connecticut and New York streetwear culture. The brand recently released a collaborative capsule collection with the prominent SoHo artist Frederick J. Brown.

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Kill The Hype

Kill the Hype recently released their Volume 2 collection featuring rebelious and unique images that keeps their following strong. They are currently offering pre-order on their upcoming Volume 3 which is a statement apparel.

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Konig Streetwear

Konig Streetwear aims to make their customers look and feel like a king in the clothing. Based in Montreal, Canada, Giorgio and Elie makes sure that all their products are of high quality fit for royalty.

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Lazy and Crazy

Lazy and Crazy produces exclusive and limited streetwear designs that is loved by their followers. They want to make sure that each design highlights ones individualty and creativity through high quality apparel.

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Like Mind

Rooted in New York City and Tokyo, Revolutionizing design and comfort, they make sure that their products are functional and high quality. Their latest colelction include different apparels with their unique death logo.

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Lukas Clothing

Launched early 2017, Lukas clothing incorporates pop culture art into their minimalist apparel designs. Their latest drop was the cube hoodie last October.

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Malatesta

Established by the graphic designer Rocco Malatesta, Malatesta clothing produces high quality limited edition apparels with Rocco’s artwork. Inpired by popular culture, his collections contain everyday cliches and modern symbolisms.

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Meetingplace

Meetingplace is an Australian brand established in Melbourne this year that features designs by aboriginal artists. Artists and creators are encouraged to promote and sell their work as a part of the brand. Artwork is applied to high quality apparel depicting aboriginal culture sets a different tone to Australian street fashion.

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Meliority

Oakland California based, Meliority’s online store first went live on November 2017. Their first collection included an elephant tee, and other graphic tees. They also produce stickers and patches and other forms of apparel.

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Navigate Japan

Recently established, Navigate Japan has yet to release their first collection. They have already given a sneak peak of the colelction which is inspired by Japanese streetwear style.

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New York Filthy

From their Blood Chit Flannel to Angles of Attack to their latest collection, Gods of Death, New Your Filthy maintains their contemporary meets street designs. They have been able to design different apparels, from top to bottom to accessories and have a growing strong following in social media.

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Newtype

New type produces casual yet stylish streetwear, Their latest collection is inspired by the Japanese anime Gundam and is available for both men and women.

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No Fortune

No Fortune Clothing produces carefully hand printed apparel. They have high regard for quality and creative artwork and that is why their current stocks are all sold out.

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No Trust

Classic streetwear designs have been the main focus of notrust. They are currently maintaining their website to serve more clients and cater more designs but in the mean time, they are very active in social media.

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Nova Supply

Nova Supply is a clothing brand that produces hand made apparel inspired by 19th century art. Clayson Fletcher makes sure of the high quality products that they produce by hand stitching all products himself. Paying close attention to craftsmanship, they launched their latest collection calles Dragon collection that features plain colored apparel for both men and women.

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Omen

Omen is a sign that can either be good or bad. In this case, it is an amazing street wear brand that features their logo on different apparels as well as other life related designs.

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One King Design

Heavily influenced by Chinese philosophy, kung-fu movies and Popo’s homemade dumplings, One King Design aims to release a new collection theyc all “generation” each month. Now on their 2nd generation with the “Rise” two tone hoodie, they have already sold out and have yet to announce a re-stock,

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Pacis

Pacis by Pelumi recently launched their recent tee design called television. Interestingly, the design is like a television without signal printed on a high quality shirt. They also have petrify stickers for sale online.

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Paradox Design Co

In 2013, Paradox was created in Maine to produce a wearable kind of artwork. Producing high quality apparels, Paradox proves that quality is not just about the fabric, it is also about the design.

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Pearly Whites Clothing

Pearly presents high quality Cut & Sew manufactured clothes & technical designs decorated with ideas of bleak futurism. Now availbale worldwide, this one man brand has established to grow and become a brand that values quality of products.

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Phrine Clothing

Bram, the creator of Phrine has a vision to bring new, clean and well thought designs into the streetwear industry. inspired by intellect and adventure, their designs stay true to Bram’s vision and can now be found on different kinds of apparels.

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Playin Pretend

Playin Pretend’s curent collection is composed of a “Pretty Please” logo tee and a “Til’ Death Do Us Part” Hoodie. They have just started the brand this year and seems to have their own set of followers already looking forward to the next collection.

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Playtodie

Playtodie’s logo tees have been a big hit to their customers. Aside from tees, they also produced a homescreen and is also working on their new radio station in soundcloud.

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Poly5000

Based in Pasadena California, this minimalist brand started out with logo tees with Japanese inspired designs. Thhey have just started early this year but already has a strong following on their social media accounts.

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R. Youell Fashion

R.Youelle is a New York brand of modern luxury lifestyle. The artworkds and designs are inspired by the contemporary art world, Bauhaus architecture and the rich Earth tones of Virginia. The brand aims to bridge cultureal divides, shift paradigms and unify humanity through art and design.

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Recognized Now

Colors, swatches and barcodes have been the major designs by Recognized Now. A new comer in the streetwear fashion industry, the brand maintains their simple and minimalist designs while still communicating recognition.

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Resurgence

Combining futuristc designs inspired by the Japanese culture, Resurgence continuously innovates by collaborating with other brand designers to produce unique, high quality apparel. They recently released the Oni Hoodie together with ther latest Japanese inspired collections last October and have laready sold out of a lot of the items.

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Rude Vogue

A streetwear brand from Saskatchewan, Canada, Rude Vogue stays true to its brand rudimentary aesthetics with simple designs and clean color ways.

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Rule of Three

Rule of Three is a Denmark based brand with very unique designs that are part of a fictional story. Now on their 3rd collection which they call Chapter 2: Paul’s Defiance, the story they have created are making an impact as they combine concepts and the story into one amazing design for every apparel.

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Séance

Craig and Joseph created Seance with a goal to create interesting and unique clothing designs that bring something new to the streetwear scene. Their designs include supernatural symbols that depicts a certain culture that the creators envisioned to build.

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Shay

With a strong desire to produce streetwear the reflects the Estonian culture and quality, Shay was established with a symbol of horns, representing strenght, individuality, courage and revival. Experimenting on unusual cuts and sizes, their designs are creatively unpredictable but can definitely be labled as high fashion streetwear.

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Sizocks

With a whopping 15,000 followers on Instagram, Sizocks has made itself a name in the streetwear industry. Their current collection contains modern graphic and logo tees. Their constant reinvention as well of their logo has made their logo apparels must-haves in street fahsion.

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Sleep

Featuring the Sleep logo in different apparels, the brand has already made a name for itself in the streetwear fashion industry. Their hoodies and jackets with tricolor symmentric designs have hit record sales together with their logo tees.

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Snack Shack

The clothing and accessory company based in Santa Barbara, California, Snack Shack produces minimalist logo tees at very affordable prices.

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Steady Hands

Steady Hands is a New Jersey brand that recently entered the high fashion streetwear market and has already produced their 10th Collection featuring fleece apparels with symmetric designs. The company has been able to consistently produce clothing around pale colors, soothing tones and relaxed vibes through all their collections making sure that with their creativity, they are able to create unique and memorable designs.

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Sudamono

The Canadian clothing brand Sudamono s an affordable streetwear brand that produces high quality tees bearing their logo. Suda is the name of their mascot on their logo that they have incorporated in their collection.

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Superego 2001

Swatch designs are what made Superego’s latest collection successful. With a continuous flow of creative contemporary designs, they have been able to produce high quality, affordable streetwear.

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Sweet Talk

Andy established the Sweet Talk brand with a very simple and honest mission, “to get laid.” The designs include provocative and naughty statements and images and sinner tees.

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The Blank Traveler

The Blank Traveller recently launched their fifth collection, on the 4th quarter of 2017. Featuring logo tees and contemporary prints on different apparels, the collection called “Outlaw” have received a warm reception from the brand’s followers.

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The Cafeteria

An Australian minimalist streetwear clothing brand has entered the market from social media. The Cafeteria collection includes logo and contemporary design printed tees, logo hoodies and pants.

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The Fortune Black Label

Ireland’s newest streetwear brand, Fortune Black Label was founded by cousins who were looking for authentic streetwear designs. They produce affordable, high quality apparels that re-define the Irish streetwear fashion

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The Unusual Collection

The Unusual Collection was born from constant bullying at school. Being teased of dressing weird because of the way he dressed, the founder established the brand to cater to those who dared to be weird and unsusual. The brand soon found its market and have continued to release new collections including logo tees and other apparels.

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Threads of Apollo

Named after famous Greek heroes, Threads of Apollo colelctions are backed by a successful kickstarter fund. With an advocacy of aiding young men by providing quality products, they have been able to produce jackets and gloves with a story in every collection. Started early this year, the brand now has a strong backing and continues to live up to its promised advocacy.

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Truce Apparel

A Californian brand focused on creating contemporary designs, Truce produces pieces that reflect the manifestations of diversity and individualism present in the street subculture. They are heavily inspired as well by Japanese designers and artists who they paid homage to integrating katakana in their brand.

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Unidentified Corporation

Taking minimalism to another level, Unidentified Corp has pbeen producing high quality apparels like logo tees, bags, caps and etc. They have a growing following in social media and has just launched their fall collection.

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UN:IK Clothing

Launched in 2013, Unik designs are created by young students or graduates as the brand continues to provide opportunities for young designeers to break into the fashion industry. The brand keeps limited stocks of every design and exclusively distributes which makes their apparel truly one of a kind.

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Urbal Apparel

Urbal Apparel has been launched with a strong advocacy which is to combat the various discrepancies in higher education and resources that plague urban communities across the nation. Founded by Victor Onukwuli, it is now comprised of a coalition of mentors, educators, and philanthropists who have been able to produce creative designs for different kinds of street wear.

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Vanilla Company

Vanilla Company is an Australian clothing brand that features apparels carrying their logo and patterned designs. It launched July this year and has already captured a worldwide clientele.

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Villain Attire

From top to bottom, beanies to pants, Villain Attire has been able to incorporate their designs in every street wear must have in the industry. Founded in 2011, they have continued to produce creative designs and quality products that their customers continue to patronize.

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Weird Sleep

Dreamcatcher and Resonance is the lastest collection from WeirdSleep. Witha history of strong digital art skills, Weirdsleep started publishing contemporary modern designs in 2016 which eventually paved the way for the apparel designs that they have right now.

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Vvid Essnce

Vvid Essnce opened their online shop on July 2017 featuring designs on solid colors that embody the current trends in street fashion. Incorporating designs in different apparels, the brand has been able to build a solid following because of their quality products and creative designs. As 2018 unfolds, the brand now revamps their online store for a better shopping experience for their customers.

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Wicked

Wicked, the East Coast lifestyle brand stays true to their concept of creating contemporary street wear that cues to high fashion street wear. JB Macaroco in 2014 visualized this quality over quantity brand inspired by both the east and west coast cultures and it now grows exponentially because of its their strong following.

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Wrong Crowd

From tees, to hoodies to pouches and many more, Wrong Crowd found their right crowd in the street fashion industry. Their logo designed apparels have continued to fly off the racks as they constantly innovate their designs and maintain excellent quality in their products.

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Y.T.G.

Started in 2016, YTG has produced several collections of hoodies, jackets shirts and other kinds of apparels. They have already established their name in street wear fashion market and now ships their products worldwide.

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Zein

Bahi and Mido established Zein on July 2016 around the concept or creating clean lines. Zein stands for beautiful and living up to its name, the brand has produced deisgns concentrated on details both quality and visually-wise. This Sweden based company aims to continue being innovators in the fashion industry by producing products created with passion, heart and soul.

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