streetwear

'I’m deeply offended and will not be working with H&M anymore.'
It had something to do with the right people at the right time. In a house in South-East London, by the way of a perfect storm of creativity and righteousness, House of Astbury was born. A clothing company that creates women's reflective cycling wear, House of Astbury makes clothing that is both fashionable and subversive.
The front runner, for the London based brand, is their LEGO bricks printed full body on polyester mini dresses and t-shirts. The bold primary colours of the Lego bricks will remind most adults of their childhood (or children's bedroom floor!) and adds a colourful look for the summer wardrobe.
PXL Clothing, one of London's front runners for premium London street wear recently dropped their Spring/Summer 2014 collection to the masses just as the Sun reappears in the capital.
Here are a few of my top picks for the coolest sports luxe and street fashion to be seen in right now and some future drop tip offs for your diary, too, from adidas Originals x Opening Ceremony, OVO at Browns, Casely-Hayford and Puma.
When it comes to ever-evolving and recycled style trends, the slogan tee is without doubt the ultimate piece of clothing that we return to in our wardrobes and re-style up season after season. Like a tattoo, the slogan tee makes a statement for us.
This weekend is all about styling yourself up a streetwear storm, mixing bits from the new Adidas Originals Blue collection with some edgy accessories from NYLA Boutique and Regal Rose for a luxe sportswear look that is most definitely not for sweating in.