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If there’s ever a shopping town, it’s London.  We pounded the pavement for 3 days straight and barely scraped the surface on the city’s prominent retail.  Kinda like how you can walk blind into any door in New York and taste the best food, the same goes for London and fashion. As I mentioned in my last entry, there is a vibrant generation of young Streetwear emerging in the UK.  Richard’s brand is a prime example of that.  It’s called Abandon Ship and this is his flagship in Carnaby Street. With an emphasis on repeating patterns and all-over-prints, Abandon Ship is inspired by...

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Art Collection, Art T-Shirt, Shirts -

Art Inspired Urban Streetwear T-Shirts by Urbanworld Urbanworld did release a new T-Shirt Collection ! Its heavily inspired by the ART Industrie, simple, classic and minimal Shirts. With this they even re-activated the Brand Ambassador Programm. (Was closed for 4 Month to keep Quality) Some words to the current state of Streetwear : I think it is safe to say that at this point, we can collectively retire the term ‘streetwear.’ A decade ago, the word made a lot of sense in the context of the industry, but now that the entire fashion industry has moved to producing T-shirts, hoodies,...

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“So how long have you been playing Fortnite?” asks a Twitch streamer with blue hair. “Probably for a month or two,” replies Spotify’s most-streamed artist of all time. “I’ve been watching your shit for a minute, man.” Streams crossed. Worlds collided. And by the end of the night, over 635,000 people – including one Travis Scott – were tuned in to watch two strangers play video games. For many, last year’s Drake x Ninja Fortnitestream was the first time gaming had registered as a force within street culture. That one night may have even seemed like the dam-breaker. How else do you explain K-Swiss gaming shoes?...

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Australia, Best of, Hypebeast, Kicks, Sneakers, Streetwear, top 3 -

Certified heat on an unmatched level, or all-too-commonplace these days? PHOTOGRAPHER: COURTESY OF FOURTY-THREE EINHALB Australian sneaker culture has hit something of a plateau. Those still in the game for the rarest, most valuable kicks are still kicking around, if a smaller subsection of the culture (pun intended). The less commited, who came in and out of the scene around the midpoint of the decade, have fallen away, and buoyed by the increasing accessibility of once rare models, the day-to-day sneaker scene is now healthier than ever. As a result, Sneakers are now an elevated wardrobe option from the casual...

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