Streetwear you should be Copping in 2023

2022 is nearly over and if you’re in the streetwear game, you’ve probably already got your wardrobe ready for winter. But for most streetwear enthusiasts, the shopping never stops and there always something in your wishlist. If you’re looking for 2023 streetwear for men inspo and the hottest brands, here what you should know.

Stussy

One of the hottest brands over the past few years continues to collaborated with other big brands to make iconic garments. The brand started back in the 80’s by Shawn Stussy who used to scribble his name on surfboards. The heritage of this brand as well as the risky moves it makes in the fashion industry make it a must follow brand and while copping some collabs pieces may seem impossible, keep an eye out for drop dates in 2023.

NANGA

While this brand has been around since the 1940’s, it’s recently been making moves in the streetwear scene. The Japanese brand designs outdoor wear for people looking for a quality product suitable for hiking the highest mountains.

Named after the 9th highest mountain in the world, NANGA is a eco brand with a strong philosophy to make the world more sustainable. While the brand focuses on outdoor gear, their tshirt’s and jackets have become a streetwear must for people looking for a style that’s built to last.

Pangaia

If you’re looking for some basics that aren’t ESSENTIALS then Pangaia is your brand! The brand has created a following based on its strong use of colours and its ability to make the world more sustainable. The plant based brand is planting trees, creating revolutionary techniques for designing clothes, and keeping their style simple, and most importantly being earth positive.

It’s range of streetwear is essential without being Fear of God. Shop dozens of colours and sizes as this brand focuses the variety rather than specific designs.

KITH

Most sneakerhead will know all about KITH and it’s founder Roonie Fieg. While KITH is technically a retail space for other designers, you just know Fieg can’t leave it at that, and some of the best collaborations are born with KITH.

With collaborations with BMW, Coca-Cola and many more, the brand went from being a store to an essential streetwear name with people queueing for hours in NYC just to see the latest from Ronnie.

Bonus Brands

If you’re looking for more brands to have a look at, check out NOAH, Justin Beiber’s “Drew”, the must having collections from Amiri and collaborations coming from New Balance.

These brands are perfect for winter and spring with tracksuits, tees and solid collaborations available, so be sure to following their socials and cop the next releases.

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