Founded in 2010, Daily Paper is an Amsterdam based label. Inspired by the founder’s own African heritage and passion for contemporary fashion an alternative path has been found, turning Daily Paper into a well-respected creator of authentic ready-to-wear garments.
Dimepiece unequivocally encourages charismatic street style and unapologetic boldness in women’s apparel. Founded in 2007 in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles Fashion District, the brand quickly transformed into the go-to brand for girl power and urban silhouettes among international trendsetters.
Influenced by all things subversive, from the old school gritty streets of NYC to Cali’s neon pavements where summer never ends. HLZBLZ™ supports the idea of female empowerment by adding a little spice to traditional femme silhouettes resulting in bold statement pieces with street sensibility.
Komono is a community of dreamers and designers dedicated to perfectly timed accessories, and rooted in the Belgian tradition of fierce dedication to quality and craft. Komono is global fashion at your fingertips.
Married To The Mob
Tired of streetwear’s exclusion of girls, owner Leah McSweeney responded with the creation of MOB in 2004. Through its use of streamlined cultural references, MOB has grown from a t-shirt line to a full-fledged lifestyle brand, outfitting empowered ladies with everything from snapbacks to sneakers. Street smarts with a feminist edge, Married to the Mob is about it.
Inspired by vintage aesthetics and silhouettes, Motel Rocks is known globally for it’s modern slant on women’s street fashion and edgy, on-trend style that should not be sacrificed because of price.
Irish Independent streetwear brand Nine Lives was founded in 2011. Their passion for art, design, movies, subculture and building connections with artists informs every decision they make.
OBEY Clothing was formed in 2001 as an extension of Shepard Fairey’s range of work. Aligned with his populist views, clothing became another canvas to spread his art and message to the people.
Stussy orginated in the early 80s, as a product of the California surf culture. Synonymous with street culture and worn by DJs to skaters, Stussy’s appeal strikes far and is one of the oldest streetwear brands.
Even if you’re just a bit familiar to skateboarding, you know the brand Thrasher for sure. In the last couple of months, this industry staple been spotted on many celebrities. But don’t get it twisted, Thrasher has been doin’ it for decades, progressing skateboarding one issue at a time.