There is a reason we deeply love streetwear — every designer is influenced by different things. We love that the pop culture has a distinct and different affect on every designer crafting streetwear. I guess the fact that it offers us, the consumers, a large variety is what makes streetwear so loveable. Also, it's super comfortable. In this post, we've decided to give you a list of the best Indian streetwear labels that are worth checking out in 2021.
These Indian Streetwear Labels Are Worth Checking Out In 2021
Founded by Jay Jajal, Jaywalking is for those who love art and culture. Spotted even on Ranveer Singh, this streetwear label is gender-inclusive, and it's largely inspired by the hip-hop culture. No wonder you find a sweet spread of boxy shirts, and oversized sweatshirts. We recommend checking out their Class Of 2020 Sweatshirt and Maroon Bowling Shirt. This Bombay-based label also has boxy utility pants and pleated pants that will make you step out in style!
Mental health matters and Exhale Label takes it seriously. With an intention to empower mind, body, and soul — this brand promotes the importance of mental health. Founded by Palak Shah, all the clothes are named after the women who inspired her. Sounds quite fantastic, right? With slogans like 'We Are A Brainwashed Generation' and 'Self Love' written on T-shirts to joggers with barcodes and long-flowing shirts, there's so much to shop from. And the best part? You can shop for this label on LBB!
Ever since we spotted singer and rapper Rajakumari in Shia Rai, we couldn't get enough of this streetwear label. Known for its structured and gender-fluid clothing, this label has pieces like sweatshirts, jackets, skirts, crop tops, tunics, and a lot more. Whether you like a baggy fit or a snug fit — there's plenty for you to discover. Love customised outfits? Shia Rai handles customisations and we'd recommend having a conversation with them.
Anti Art Art Club
Anti Art Art Club comes as great news for those of you who cannot have enough round-neck graphic T-shirts. This brand combines art, creativity with neo-modern art influences to craft its clothing. We love that their pieces are fresh, eye-grabbing and whether you like Sherlock Holmes or Pulp Fiction — you'll find T-shirts that'll cater to all your tastes. And that's the best part. If you'd like to have a conversation with Anti Art Art Club, tap on Enquire Now.
Comfortable because baggy, minimalistic, and chic — Smoke Wear is an edgy streetwear label for the millennials. This gender-inclusive label emphasises on functionality and the label says its pieces are for those why don't shy away from making a revolutionary style statement. Besides, sustainability is the core of how the label functions. What's worth shopping? Mini Hoodies, Suede Sweatshirts, and Printed Bodysuits.
ADK By Avishi Dayal Kalra
ADK by Avishi Dayal Kalra seeks its inspiration from the streets itself and one of their collections is inspired by construction workwear. Breaking the binary and social constructs of how one should dress up — ADK is also a burst of colours. We guess that's what we found immensely attractive! Lavenders, navy blues, neon pinks and yellows, and a combination of all these colours, ADK has a lot to offer. While you're at it, don't forget to check out their graphic T-shirts.
Do you love hoodies and graphic T-shirts? We mean — is that even a question? Origin — an online streetwear label has all of it and more. We like that the label has plenty of pop-culture inspired apparel with slogans like Hot Mess, Alexa Overthrow The Government, 2020 Tarantino, Choose Empathy, Stronger Girls, and more. Design is important, and Origin prioritises it. They also have quirky face masks.
NoughtOne's streetwear fashion is inspired from military uniforms and the brand defines itself as a 3D or a conceptual representation of an engineer's knowledge base and individualistic personal style. The label makes use of Indian fabric and traditional techniques while ensuring the production of eco-friendly outfits. We absolutely love their Utility Parka, Sunrise-Sunset Cropped Hoodie, Mountain Biker Jacket, Active Dress, etc. They've also collaborated with Vans, Adidas, and Absolut — you can check these collaborations out on their website.