Welcome to the Wear? Wardrobe. Here is the collection of items that have been gifted to the magazine and had a Wear? Reviews.
VnT Studios’ ‘Ski Mask the Slump God’ t-shirt:
The first item received was VnT Studios ‘Ski Mask the Slump God’ tee.
The brand’s first endeavour into the vintage rap t-shirt market, fusing shades of Ski Mask’s childhood with his current rapper image, including the diamond-encrusted grill.
Congro Store’s ‘Trap & Emotional Sh*t’ t-shirt:
The second Wear? Reviews came in the form of Congro Store’s ‘Trap & Emotional Sh*t’ release.
Inspired by an old Tumblr post, the brand turned the quote into a stitched-in statement when they produced a black version of their tee.
Other colours are expected but for now, shop here to cop.
Head to the Wear? Reviews to read more.
Les Gens’ ‘Horror’ t-shirt:
Les Gens, French for ‘The People’, treated Wear? Magazine to the ‘Horror’ tee from their Drop 2.
The brand took inspiration from retro film posters to create its own homage to the industry.
Including blurred faces in the design, deep references to messages behind the brand were created.
Check out the Wear? Reviews.
Shop the ‘Horror’ tee here.
Kultrab’s ‘We’re So F***ing Suprised’ scarf:
Following their partnership with Russian promoters Kollektiv, Wear? Magazine received Kultrab’s media-influenced scarf.
The green and navy item has Russian typography distributed across the scarf stating: “We’re so f***ing surprised’, while smaller text at each end of the piece highlights the brand name and ‘Mediazona’, an alternative media provider linked to Kultrab. The piece is finished with acid-house-like smiley faces.
Kultrab is one of six labels connected to Kollektiv and are leading the underground streetwear in Russia. Hard-hitting pieces like this are part of the reason why.
Check out the interview with Kollektiv about Russian fashion.
Shop the ‘We’re So F***cking Surprised’ scarf here.
Comme Je Veux’s ‘Motto Hoodie’:
Manchester label Comme Je Veux’s ‘Motto’ collection aims to portray their ‘uniform for the streets’ and the grey ‘motto hoodie’ does exactly that.
With their slogan embroidered under their logo, the subtle branding leaves people in no doubt as to who Comme Je Veux are and what they stand for.
‘Born from the marriage of the Parisian arts & Manchester street style’, Comme Je Veux find themselves at the heart of a vibrant and emerging Manchester streetwear scene.
Check out the Comme Je Veux interview.
Shop the ‘Motto Hoodie’ here.
Bokwe’s ‘Debut’ T-shirt:
The first-ever creation from the experimental, high-end streetwear label Bokwe, the ‘Debut’ tee features repeated branding across the chest of the product to create a slick, luxury item.
The t-shirt has a dose of gold printing on it which brings emphasis to the brand name whilst the product is made from 100% organic cotton.
A tidy start from Bokwe leaves supporters of the label awaiting more.
Read the Wear? Reviews.
Shop the ‘Debut’ t-shirt here.
Reborn’s “AGW” Hoodie:
London label Reborn have designed a one of a kind hoodie available for many people to cop.
How have they done this? Well, the design is identical on every product, with gothic branding on the chest and their brand motto down the sleeves, yet the hand-painted splatter on the hoodie’s pouch makes every hoodie unique.
The four colourways created give off a minimalist vibe but ensure the branding and design pops to the forefront of people’s attention.
Wear? Reviews, read it right here.
Shop the “AGW” Hoodie here.
New World Hub’s first collection:
Providing three fresh new tees, New World spanned the streetwear scene with items inspired by different segments of the culture.
A white tee fuses rap with streetwear through an embroidered SchoolBoy Q graphic whilst neon finds itself emblazoned across a stand-out black garment.
The last t-shirt, the ‘Do What You Want’ pushes a message deeper than clothing, one that New World stands for.
Shop the collection here.