A lot of designers don't want to be put in a box and down below I've shown some of these designers; perfect example how do we claim Jerry Lorenzo is a streetwear brand but he's making straight up suits. Its confusing but below I've given why I adore these designers and a bit of insight on how they've effected my brand.
Virgil Abloh (Off x White)
- The rising star for the past couple years and I am seeing why. In his latest women's wear show he had 360 art installations which shows the juxtaposition of art and fashion and how one influences the other, I LOVE THAT because thats what I've always wanted to do with my clothing.
- Did you know streetwear was created to separate it from high fashion? With Virgil in the industry he is bridging the gap between the two which allows brands like mine to have a platform to showcase their designs.
Jerry Lorenzo (Fear of God)
- Incorporating suiting in his newest collection throws the whole streetwear industry off guard but is dope to my brand because it opens up the gateway for all sorts ideas, thoughts, textures, and color combos.
- Jerry continues to show us his products in different lights and vibes. The new collection in collaboration with Ermenegildo Zegna is shown in a darker light with tones of white gray and black, then he switches the norm completely with his Nike collab where he pictures his products in a barn and a rural area.
- Its crazy how she went from making good music to now owning a successful clothing and makeup brand. She continues to be unapologetic in all fields she's in by giving the girls ***yass kween*** exactly what she thinks the industries are missing.
- With savagexfenty she shows women in all shapes and sizes, showing that feeling beautiful in your own skin can allow freedom and confidence
- A small designer who makes a lot of custom pieces, he stays true to his Harlem roots and incorporates a streetwear staple (bandana) in different silhouettes we're not use to seeing like motorcycle jackets and trench coats.
- He continues to put a new spin on your average patchwork by pairing unthought of colors and patterns together and creating something revolutionary, I've never seen a trench coat with different color tweeds.
Do yourself a favor and check out what all these designers are doing, they may inspire your creativity or give you some outfit inspiration or better yet, give you some insight on new ways to shop.