Six Highsnobiety “Under the Radar” brands are here serving up #ThatNewNow with their SS18 collections at our Capsule Paris Men's.
See what all the buzz is about.
AJO Studio is based in Seoul, Korea, inspired by graceful grunge sentiments and influenced by subculture. AJO’s latest effort is a circus of outlandish staples in ballooned proportions, all rendered in a vibrant color palette. The fashion design studio is led by duo designers Se Hyung K. and In Seop H.
Boyhood is a Paris based Mens streetwear label that captures the effortless spirit of youth in the most authentic way. The clothing brand combines outdoor elements with sport details, all punctuated with a dose of pop color. Designed by Benjamin Brouillet, Boyhood combats the notion that at some point all boys must grow up and draws direct influences from the designer’s own youth.
Secluded riffs off the streetwear culture rife in their hometown of Amsterdam to produce easy-going staples, specializing in old school fabrics such as velour and corduroy. The latest collection, “Seal Scroll”, takes inspiration from contemporary Japanese aesthetics and the art of traditional Japanese methods of craftsmanship.
Inspired by American social depression, STATIONARY DENIM was launched in 2015. The brand started with raw selvedge denim only, and has now expanded to full collections ranging from many different fabrics and materials. Their GUNHILL Spring|Summer 18 collection continues in the footsteps of the previous one and delves into extreme cases of love turned into violence, drug abuse and the political climate of the USA.
Syndicate Original was founded in time when Ukraine did not have its own street style. Through experimenting with design and technology, they've created their own, unique street wear. Despite the being developed and sewn exclusively in Ukraine, Syndicate Original has been successfully represented by European, American and Japanese retailers, and sold across 30 countries.
Twelve Pieces is created by the Danish/Egyption designer Amir Hassan who strives to create capsule collections that are based on storytelling. The collections are created from the takes on iconic silhouettes combined with a street- and minimalist approach. The capsule collections are always trying to emphasize cultural history and/or social issues within modern society.
Make sure you won't miss the best of Highsnobiety Under The Radar this weekend in Paris!
June 24 - 26
24 Rue Saint-Victor, 75005