Marcelo Burlon Streetwear
© Marcelo Burlon

The term “the next Supreme” is used too often in the streetwear industry. Luxury streetwear brands can become famous without the expectancy of becoming the pinnacle status of streetwear. Here are four luxury streetwear brands that are raising into the industry by offering premium products and a unique selling point to stand out from the crowd.

Marcelo Burlon

Marcelo Burlon

An Italian streetwear brand that offers its customers a window into the future of luxury fashion. The designer label has a complete range that varies from backpacks to jackets and hats, and it’s a vast range that will appeal to many fashion-conscious individuals looking for the highest level of quality. It’s collection also includes options for children and women which shows that its style is appealing to the clear majority. Marcelo Burlon puts this range at a price bracket at a level that tells its customer that you’re paying for a superior level of quality and design.

Astrid Anderson

Astrid Anderson

Bold styles and creative designs are making Astrid Anderson’s luxury streetwear a talking point in the industry. The collections have a focus on relaxed and oversized fits with a boxy finish. Each garment gives you a distinct insight into how it was created, whether it was through elaborate prints to contrast with the logo on the t-shirts or a straight tech design on the joggers and jackets for a look the hints toward both retro and futuristic.

les girls les boys

les girls les boys

A designer that treats each garment like a piece of art. Their streetwear collections offer both simple designs and graphic that would be big talking points. les girls les boys extensive collection provides streetwear to the casual customers that appreciate the creative untidiness of the clothing. The brand attitude is clearly seen in every garment, and their range includes men’s loungewear, women’s wear and streetwear.

FPAR

Forty Percents Against Rights Streetwear

AKA Forty Percents Against Rights, this brand is the literal opposite of how branding on clothing is typically perceived. Where most clothing companies will use the garments to display the brand, logo and unique graphics, FPAR sees their garments as a canvas to express their political views. Bold statements on tops such as “KNOW YOUR ENEMY” and “MY LIFE IS MY LIFE” are talking pieces as the brand comes into the limelight. As well as these statement pieces, the FPAR range also offers regular style skater clothes, not the same iconic idea, but for customers who follow the brand, having garments with the FPAR branding on them is desirable.

Rhude

Rhude Streetwear

Their isn’t any consistency with this luxury streetwear brand. Rhude offers a complete collection of clothing with different graphics and prints to give any customer a full feeling of individuality. With tops starting at over $200 Rhude is genuinely following the Supreme plan of keeping their products desirable with a just out of reach price bracket. You can appreciate that this brand has designed some creative pieces of clothing, which for those who follow the luxury streetwear trend, they will like the range.

Each brand has one or more stand out feature which is likely to help them move into becoming bigger talking pieces and recognisable on the street.

Richard Meadow is a freelance writer that focuses on fashion trends, jewellery and lifestyle. He enjoys researching and identifying new styles and writing about them daily. In his spare time, he enjoys watching football, running and the odd hike.

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