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The local "streetwear king" is now also gaining audiences for his highly entertaining video features on restaurants and eating places.
Christian “Bigboy” Cheng is a guy who wears many hats. His current one is probably a Supreme-labeled cap or A Bathing Ape beanie or a regular baseball cap. From being a DJ, to art influencer, businessman and now food vlogger, Cheng has ...
 
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On the unlikely relationship between the modern hype machine and the old world of clothing and craft.
By the time you read this sentence, spring's biggest (and perhaps its unlikeliest) collaboration will have already sold out.Featuring a series of waxed cotton field jackets in orange, black, and leopard print, along with crusher hats, camp caps, and side bags, Supreme ...
 
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The Off-White designer and artistic director of Louis Vuitton's menswear has some thoughts about the future of fashion.
If you ask Virgil Abloh, 2020 is the year streetwear officially dies. Given that Abloh is currently at the top of streetwear’s Mount Olympus, echoes of his prediction reverberated throughout the internet, raising some degree of alarm amongst streetwear’s disciples.Is he just ...
 
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The king is dead. Long live the king.
In an interview published in December of last year (under the somewhat salacious headline "Virgil Abloh: Streetwear? It's definitely gonna die"), the artistic director of Louis Vuitton's men's collections prophesied the impending doom of the style (nay, movement) he helped popularize. With all due ...
 
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The Off-White founder also gives his prediction on what will replace it.
In the realm of luxury streetwear, there are names that immediately grab your attention. For the past few years, one dominating force was Virgil Abloh, artistic director of Louis Vuitton menswear and founder of Off-White, the holy grail of all that is ...
 
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Before luxury brands started making the shift to streetwear, many of these pioneering labels ruled the market.
Streetwear traces back its beginnings to the skate and music culture in California as early as the '70s and '80s, when only a few pioneering brands thought to use the aesthetic of street fashion and blend it with influences from hip-hop and ...
 
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Before luxury brands started making the shift to streetwear, many of these pioneering labels ruled the market.
Streetwear traces back its beginnings to the skate and music culture in California as early as the '70s and '80s, when only a few pioneering brands thought to use the aesthetic of street fashion and blend it with influences from hip-hop and ...
 
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Sixteen places where you can get clothes that make a statement.
Sneakers, music, tattoos, skateboards, and counterculture—these make up the DNA of street culture and the best streetwear brands. There's just an inherent rebellious streak, a disregard for the norm, and a passion for seeking authenticity in streetwear, and all of these show ...
 
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Antonio Aguirre, Jr. explains why he prefers minimalist styles.
Mister Sole Slam, aka Antonio Aguirre, Jr., always brings the hottest drops and in-demand pieces to the Filipino streetwear scene. Sole Slam, the company he founded in 2011, started as a hobby when he first bought his very first pair of Retro ...
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