10 Super Cool Streetwear Brands You Need To Know Now

Time to get your hood on

UNIF
13 Jul 2016

UNIF

The casual/streetwear cult label has, since its beginnings in 2010, been beloved for its gritty and often humourous designs. Think a tee named Donald Trump with a trash bag emblazoned at the centre, and ’90s-inspired multi-coloured sweaters.

Shop UNIF here

Koché
13 Jul 2016

Koché

Couture meets street at Koché, where the Parisian label aims to provide a more feminine, luxurious take on urban wear, with spunky prints featured on comfy dresses and hoodies made of fur.

Shop Koché here.

Anti Social Social Club
13 Jul 2016

Anti Social Social Club

Though a relatively underground label, Anti-Social Social Club has risen to Internet fame for its very wearable tees, jackets, hoodies and caps. Note: Almost every single piece on sale is tagged with the brand’s name — not that we’re complaining with a namesake as offbeat (and cool) as the Anti-Social Social Club.

Shop Anti Social Social Club here.

Bianca Chandon
13 Jul 2016

Bianca Chandon

For fuss-free yet chic designs, look no further than Bianca Chandon. Centred on skate culture, the label focusses on simple slogan or graphic shirts, outerwear and caps for both men and women.

Shop Bianca Chandon here.

Dear Dana
13 Jul 2016

Dear Dana

If you love art and pop culture, there’s no better place to shop than Dear Dana. The New York label specializes in t-shirts, canvas totes and knick-knacks (like pins and ashtrays) featuring portrait illustrations of icons throughout time, from Frida Kahlo to Prince and Cindy Crawford.

Shop Dear Dana here.

Supreme
13 Jul 2016

Supreme

There’s no going wrong with Supreme, which has become one of the leading streetwear brands in the world. The label often experiments with bold fabrics, colours and prints, so this is one for loud and proud.  

Shop Supreme here

Billionaire Boys Club
13 Jul 2016

Billionaire Boys Club

Created by Pharrell Williams and Nigo (who’s the founder of iconic urban wear label BAPE), Billionaire Boys Club is a favourite among celebs, including Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, Drake and Lil Wayne. Not surprising, given its large selection of apparel, shoes and even stationary.

Shop Billionaire Boys Club here.

Wacko Maria
13 Jul 2016

Wacko Maria

If you want apparel that are equal parts spunky and wearable, head to Wacko Maria. Established in 2005 by former soccer players Nobuhiro Mori and Keiji Ishizuka, the brand’s apparel and accessories often have a mix of bold slogans and equally loud graphics or embroidery.

Shop Wacko Maria here.

Yeezy
13 Jul 2016

Yeezy

Of course, there’s no getting away from Kanye West’s latest fashion venture when talking about streetwear. Just like the highly-successful Yeezy Boost created in collaboration with Adidas, West’s mostly neutral and minimalistic designs have proven to be a hit amongst both the fashion set and, well, everyone else.

Shop Yeezy here

Brain Dead
13 Jul 2016

Brain Dead

Brain Dead, a collective of artists and designers around the world, takes its inspiration from various sub-cultures — from the post-punk scene to skateboarding. The result?  Tees, sweaters and caps with lots of attitude and artistic flair.

Shop Brain Dead here

Streetwear has always gotten a bad rap, thanks to its affiliation with less-than savoury gang culture in the past. But now, with many established streetwear labels now on the market, along with the rise of prominent collaborations with celebrities, streetwear and its influences are slowly finding its place on runways, boutiques and our wardrobes.

Not sure where to start shopping? Click through above for 10 of the coolest emerging and established brands right now!

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