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Oct 12, 2017
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Going local for your streetwear needs just makes total sense when the product is at par with the hyped stuff out there. You fulfill your aesthetic desires, you get that feel good vibe of limited edition-ness (a lot of these collections don’t hang around forever), and you don’t have to spend silly money going through resellers and shippers and all the hassle that comes with copping an item from overseas. When you support local that's fresh, it's always a win-win situation for you and the brand you'll have on your back.

1) ROYALTY

The minds behind this brand have recently rebooted into a more timeless aesthetic—perfect if you're after everyday wearables with subtle branding.

Items:

Logo tee, P950
Striped tee, P1,350
Go sees cap navy, P950
Reverse pocket tee, P950
Per lui cap yellow, P950

2) Unschld

Do you believe in the power of the bogo (box logo)? Well this brand doesn't have one, but if “classically designed” streetwear is your thing then Unschld is for you. Their signature: rebellious without shying away from preppy. 

 

Items:

Logo camp striped hat, P995
Script logo lumberjack hat, P995
Logo crewneck, P1,595
Emerald suede bomber, P1,995

3) Skoop

Some outfits just work best with a focal point, and Skoop's urban interpretations don't skimp on visual presence. If you need something to anchor your basics with, then they've got what you need.

Items:

Season 4 Gray premium suede cap, P1,399
Season 3 Blue shirt, P895
Season 3 Millennial Pink shirt, P895

4) THE Clothing

If, like us, you remember the halcyon days of Cubao X, then you've probably lusted after some of this brand's threads. The strongest brands always represent their roots well, and THE has mastered that aspect.

Items:

Cubao city hat, price unavailable until next release
THE logo tee, price unavailable until next release
Cubao City hoodie, price unavailable until next release
THE flag sweater, price unavailable until next release

Photography Ralph Mendoza Assisted by Gio Cruz Makeup Amanda Padilla Hairstyling Deejhay Santos Models Luis Sunico of Mercator and Yanna Cowper

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