Highsnobiety's The Incomplete Guide To Fashion And Street Culture
Introducing Highsnobiety's The Incomplete Guide To Fashion And Street Culture Book
Part visual reference guide, part snapshot of street culture, The Incomplete highlights street fashion’s most influential designers, pieces, and brands.
Street fashion and urban culture have come a long way from humble beginnings in the ‘90s. From disparate local scenes in Japan, Europe, and the US, the youth-driven movements of hip-hop, punk, and skateboarding have finally infiltrated high fashion.
Brands are now eager to collaborate with the icons of music and art who are leading this creative crossover. Customers will stand in line for hours to be the first to own exclusive pieces designed by the likes of Pharrell Williams, Kanye West, and Tom Sachs.
Based in New York, Berlin, and Tokyo, lifestyle publication Highsnobiety is at the forefront of this global phenomenon. The Incomplete immortalizes the stories of brands ranging from Supreme to COMME des GARÇONS. Alongside the most influential designers and tastemakers, Highsnobiety highlights the pieces and brands in men’s fashion which have stood the test of time.
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Highsnobiety is the worldwide leading institution for urban lifestyle and men’s street fashion. From Berlin, Tokyo and New York, the online magazine reports about trends and people from fashion, art, music and culture and is itself always a step ahead of the fashion world. The Incomplete is the first book by Highsnobiety.
Highsnobiety's The Incomplete Guide To Fashion And Street Culture is now available on our webstore.
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