Local Brands to Amp Up Your Streetwear Game

By  - 2 months ago

Supreme, Stüssy, Thrasher, HUF – these are the international brands we often hear of when it comes to streetwear. But lo and behold, the local scene has a few tricks up their sleeves too. Incorporating Filipino roots, lifestyle, and culture, each of these local brands offer their own unique artistry in clothing, caps, socks, bags, and even music, sharing their own mixtapes and organizing live music events. Check out these five Filipino streetwear brands that will get you into the urban aesthetic.

 

5. TCMF

TCMF finds its inspiration from the city’s graffiti and local hiphop culture.

"Psycho De Maoy" WSH x TCMF x Romances x Strap Hit up our facebook page for orders

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"Psycho De Maoy" WSH x TCMF x Romances x Strap Hit up our facebook page for orders

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4. WSH

Release your inner skater girl with skateboarding apparel brand, WSH.

 

3. Tomorrow

If you need a morale boost, Tomorrow keeps you hopeful and positive with its shirts.

People wearing our clothes – @magsocampo wearing the Good Morning Man Yellow tee. Looks neat 🌞

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2. DBTK

With its youthful and playful designs, DBTK will appeal to the kids and the kids at heart.

Just feeling the beach 🏖 // few stocks left!!! Available in-store and online! We are open until 8:00pm #dontblamethekids #dbtk #dbtkmob

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DBTK for @kapwastudio // Model :: @dionnelea // 📸 @rxserl #dontblamethekids #dbtk #dbtkmob

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1. Girl in Transit

Girl in Transit takes you back to the classics with its retro-inspired pieces.

 

The staple Girl PE T-Shirt in Green. Snag a piece now on the @boyintransit website!

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