Our Favourite Streetwear Brands (They're Killing It!)

Posted by Melanie Fatouros-Richardson on

One of the things we love most about having our own clothing line is seeing how people style our pieces to make it their own. We design all of our clothing with this in mind, because it's something we look for in other brands. Not only does the logo have to be cool, but we have to be able to wear it any way we want, on guys and girls. 

Take a look below at some of the brands we think are killing it.

Anti Social Social Club

Created by Stussy’s Social Marketing Manager Neek Lurk in LA just over a year ago, Anti Social Social Club is relatively new to the scene but has already made a huge impact in the streetwear marketTheir Instagram feed is a who's who of street style icons like Travis Scott - not to mention the air of mystery surrounding the brand only adds to the hype. I mean, if you can get Kanye West in your clothes without paying a dime, you know you've made it.

While all items are currently sold out on their website, we love how the brand isn't trying to be hyper-exclusive. With each new drop they're adding more and more items, with the 2017 Fall/Winter Collection set to be the biggest drop yet. Check out the preview below and follow them on Instagram to find out when they're being re-stocked.


Champion is one of the coolest brands around.. again.

If you were alive in the 90's, then I don't have to tell you what Champion is. EVERYONE wore it, and we all looked damn fine.

So it wasn't that big of a surprise when the brand starting popping up on Instagram feeds thanks to big-name collaborations with streetwear legends like Supreme and Undefeated. 

We love how accessible the brand is - you can find it being sold by just about every major online retailer out there. More than that, there's a certain beauty in the simplicity of their branding. They know they're cool, and they don't need to rub it in your face.

Sorella - Girls Tour

Giving off major SoCal vibes is the Girls Tour line by Sorella. With sexy undertones, the styling of these basics is what sets them apart. T-shirts and hoodies are transformed into dresses and hats, visors, chokers, and bad-ass boots are a must.

Nasty Gal

Here's another one just for the ladies...

When we're looking to switch up our style and try a new look, we always head to Nasty Gal. Not only is the founder Sophia Amoruso a straight up #Girlboss (literally, she even wrote a book about it!), but the site always has the latest trends and out-there pieces at super affordable prices. 

Where else can you find sexy lace up tops and faux-leather skirts on the same site as the most perfect rap-inspired crewneck sweater and cutoff denim shorts and jeans to go with it!