In recent years, the streetwear scene has exploded, and Supreme has become one of the most recognizable brands in the space. We've curated a range of brands pushing boundaries in similar ways yet are less caught in the hype yet... some of them at least.
Originally founded as a skate team in 2010, Palace has grown into a fully-fledged skateboarding crew and streetwear phenomenon. With highly anticipated drops, you'll find a wealth of references into their designs that celebrate broader elements of British culture and 90s streetwear fashion.
Launched by Sofia Prantera in 2010, this label feels out of the future, creating a part streetwear part contemporary fashion line. They make small quantities, from the best quality raw materials all sourced ethically and responsibly.
Aimé Leon Dore is streetwear brand out of Queens, New York that has become a favorite of street enthusiasts in NYC and around the world. Throughout the years it has evolved into one of the most sought after brands known for its elevated and 'urban preppy' style. Discover more brands like ALD here.
Awake NY was founded by designer and longtime Supreme vet Angelo Baque. With a logo-driven design (like Supreme), they've been able to capture the cultural spirit and sensibility of NYC. The line embodies the diversity of the city all with a classic and contemporary feel.
Only NY, founded in 2007, has created a fun-loving and community-based NYC streetwear and skate brand. Their graphic-based approach to design brings forth the pulse of NYC in a colorful way. You'll find a wide range of street, sport, and outdoor apparel and accessories. Discover more brands like Only NY here.
JJJJound was founded as a design blog in order to "examine the recurring patterns in timeless design". From there, it blossomed into one of the best brands out of Canada, delivering a clean, sophisticated and timeless classics of their own and highly-sought after collabs from New Balance to A.P.C.
Stussy is an California-born clothing brand known for its streetwear and surf-inspired clothing. Stussy, with it's iconic logo, was one of the first streetwear brands and helped to establish the genre and popularize it.
Brendon Babenzien founded the environmentally friendly streetwear brand Noah in 2015 after leaving his post as the creative director of Supreme. As a homage to his NYC skate roots, the brand combines urban and active lifestyle aesthetics with a wide range of traditional design references. Noah is inspired by both defiance and elegance, and he employs a conscious balance of rebellion and sophistication.
Ronnie Fieg, a legend amongst sneakerheads as a prominent footwear designer, founded Kith in 2012. Fieg has over 20 years of hands-on experience in the footwear industry and was able to build Kith as an extension of his mind, seeking to transform the fashion industry one shoe at a time. He has since built one of the most sought after streetwear brands that blends contemporary design with a more urban aesthetic.
Chinatown Market is a streetwear brand known for its playful and colorful graphics, often incorporating references to pop culture, basketball, and New York City.
A-COLD-WALL* (stylized as ACW) is a London-based luxury streetwear brand known for its minimalist, industrial aesthetic, which combines elements of streetwear, high fashion and contemporary art. Also known for its use of unconventional materials and for its focus on technical fabrics, which are often used in architectural and industrial applications.
Alltimers is a New-York based streetwear company that is a mix of skate culture and sheer fun. From skateboard decks to hoodies expect illustrative designs that will put a smile on your face.
Patta is a Dutch streetwear brand known for its streetwear-inspired clothing and accessories, which blend classic European sportswear with contemporary urban style. Expect bold graphics and unique colorways, as well as its collaborations with other brands and artists.
Based out of LA, Brain Dead is a creative collective and clothing brand that has taken the streetwear world by storm. With their iconic brain logo and graphic-led approach, they've formed a movement that takes cues from post-punk, underground comics and skateboarding.
Adsum (which means “here” in Latin) has been developing a contemporary wardrobe of menswear classics since 2015. Their pieces are inspired by urban and rural life in the American Northeast and stand out in a low-key way. For an technically sophisticated and laidback brand, look no further than Adsum.
Belief is an Astoria, Queens-based standalone clothing and skate shop that's known for both durability and design (think: fun illustrations), crafting pieces that are built to last from the streets to the mountains.
Anti Social Social Club (ASSC) is an American streetwear brand known for its bold graphics and iconic slogan. The brand has gained a reputation for being exclusive and hard-to-get, due to its limited edition and exclusive drops, as well as collaborations with other brands and artists.
Off-White is an Italian luxury fashion brand, founded in 2012 by designer Virgil Abloh. It's known for its streetwear-inspired, high-end fashion clothing, which have a distinctive aesthetic that blends luxury with streetwear.
Dime is a skateboarding-inspired brand known for its irreverent and humorous approach to design, often featuring playful graphics and bold colors. They have gained a cult following in the skate community and have collab'd with brands like Vans and New Balance.
The Hundreds is a LA-founded streetwear brand known for its streetwear-inspired clothing, which draw inspiration from Californian culture, including punk, skate, and surf. Expect bold graphics, bright colors, and embroidery, as well as its collaborations with other brands and artists.
Fucking Awesome is an American skateboarding known for its controversial and provocative graphic designs – it has since gained widespread popularity among skaters and streetwear enthusiasts alike.