A-Z of Streetwear Clothing Brands

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We are streetwear fashion fans, and we like to know the best upcoming urban brands and ones deserving their place in the market. So here is a comprehensive list of all urban and streetwear clothing brands we have collated.

With new clothing labels being released, it’s impossible to keep this up to date. So if your favourite streetwear brand is missing, let us know at the bottom of the page with a comment or submit a brand for consideration.

Below is our list of brands you need in your life. You can either buy direct from the brands website or try our list of retailers and stockists.



Best Urban Streetwear Brands

 

Brand NameWebsite
10 Deep10deep.com
11 Degrees11degrees.com
304 Clothing304clothing.com
44LDN44ldn.com
Ace Vestitiacevestiti.com
Alma de Acealmadeace.com
Antisocial Social Clubantisocialsocialclub.com
Antony Moratomorato.it
Avid & coavidattire.co.uk
Avoir Clothingavoirclothing.com
Avora Londonavora-london.com
Badr. Sportbadrsport.com
Ballin Amsterdamballinamsterdam.com
Bee Inspiredbeeinspiredclothing.com
Blood Brotherblood-brother.com
Certified Londoncertifiedlondon.com
Corticacortica.co.uk
Creative Recreationcreativerecreation.co.uk
Criminal Damagecriminaldamage.co.uk
Crooks & Castlescrooksncastles.com
Davinci Londondavincilondon.uk
Dead Legacydeadlegacy.com
Dream but do Not Sleepdreambutdonotsleep.com
Ed Hardyedhardyoriginals.com
Fadedfadedstore.com
Fresh Couturefreshcouture.com
Fresh Ego Kidfreshegokid.com
Gianni Kavanaghgiannikavanagh.com
Good For Nothinggfnclothing.com
Goorin Brosgoorin.com
Gym Kingthegymking.com
Heartbreaker Clubheartbreakerclub.co.uk
Heraheralondon.com
Hermanohermano.co.uk
Hoodrichhoodrichuk.com
Hudsonhudsonshoes.com
HUFhufworldwide.com
Il Sartoilsarto.com
Illusive Londonillusivelondon.com
Intense Menswearintenseclothing.co.uk
Jameson Carterjamesoncarterofficial.com
JKAjkattire.co.uk
King Apparelking-apparel.com
Kings Will Dreamkingswilldream.com
Limit Clothinglimitclothing.co.uk
Lolo Londonlololondon.co.uk
Loyaltiloyaltifootwear.com
Marshall Artistmarshallartist.co.uk
Mauvaismauvais.co.uk
Mogul Clubmogulclub.co.uk
Nena and Pasadenanxpclothing.com
New Eraneweracap.co.uk
Niccenicceclothing.com
Nimes (Serge DeNimes)nimes.co.uk
Nuevo Clubnuevoclub.co.uk
Obeyobeyclothing.co.uk
Offensive Fashionoffensivefashion.com
Persistencepersistencelondon.com
Physique Brothersphysiquebrothers.co.uk
Profit x Lossprofitxloss.com
Recovered Clothingrecoveredclothing.com
Project X Parisprojectxparis.com
Religionreligionclothing.com
Revive Londonrevive-london.co.uk
Roone Romanrooneroman.com
Rose Londonroselondon.com
Scar Tissue Clothingscartissueclothing.com
Serious Royaltyserious-royalty.com
SikSilksiksilk.com
Sinners Attire (SNRS)sinnersattire.com
Sixth June Clothingsixthjune.com
Sons Of Heroessonsofheroes.com
Supply & Demandsupplyanddemand.co.uk
The Couture Clubthecoutureclub.com
The Hundredsthehundreds.uk
The Kings Clubthekings-club.com
The Presidents Clubpresidents-club.co.uk
U&I Originalsuandioriginals.com
Undefeatedundefeated.com
Unforgivableunforgivableclothing.co.uk
Unique be Youuniquebeyou.com
Weekend Offenderweekendoffender.com

 

UK Street style originates from British urban fashion culture and aims to produce fashion styles which differ from the mainstream.

Street fashion is comfortable and casual essentials; t-shirts, hoodies, skinny jeans, snapback caps, and trainers (sneakers).

Streetwear style emerged from youth culture and grassroots streetwear. Heavily influenced by Hip Hop fashion, Californian skate or surf culture, modern haute couture fashion, 1980s nostalgia or Japanese street fashion.

Streetwear is synonymous with the social media savvy Generation Z and Generation Alpha. The fashion choice for the golden age of Social Influencers and reality TV endorsements.

Urban Clothing brands bridge the gap between the catwalk and high street for affordable luxury fashion. Comfort and convenience, with on-point designs. Fast fashion at the fingertips for the Love Island generation.

Fast Fashion Brands

There are many big names who identify as fast fashion left off this list as we’d rather focus on lesser-known brands. They include Sheln, Heron Preston, Primark, A Bathing Ape (BAPE), Kith, Metersbonwe, A-Cold-Wall, Massimo Dutti, United Colors of Benetton, Off-white, Shasa, River Island, Adidas, Superdry, Abercrombie & Fitch, Stradivarius, Fila, Palace, Fashion Nova, H&M, Noah NYC, El Cortes, Adidas, Oysho, Giordano, Zara, Timberland, Riachuelo, FIVE FOXes, Next, Nike, Uniqlo, Peacocks, supreme, Snow and Rock, Converse, Gola, Topshop, Bestseller, Havaianas, Romwe, Urban Outfitters, PrettyLittleThing, s. Oliver, Uterqüe, Inditex, Cav Empt, Abercrombie & Fitch, Boohoo.com, NewYorker, CMMN SWDN, Quiksilver, Guess?, Diadora, Cotton On, Gap Inc, Craig Green, Evisu, Missguided, Nasty Gal, Billionaire Boys Club, Carhartt, Vans, American Eagle Outfitters, Stüssy, Forever 21, Rainbow Shops, Zaful, Charles Jeffrey, Hollister Co, New Look, Kappa, New Balance, Pull & Bear, Patta, CDG Play, Puma, Renner, Mango, Bershka, Esprit, Ellesse, Charlotte Russe, Helly Hansen, Miss Selfridge, Milk and C&A.




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Chloé Safilo
Chloé is our resident Fast Fashion Expert for the UK Urban and Streetwear scene. Her eyes have been constantly glued to social media for the last five years giving her an insight that is unrivalled. In her spare time, she likes shopping and lying in the sunshine. Each year she makes a pilgrimage to Ibiza. Chloe lives in London where she has recently completed her journalism degree at the University of Roehampton. She lives in Putney with her boyfriend Christian, and their French Bulldog Coco.