The Best Streetwear Brands

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In creating this list, we looked at 3 Key Factors. #1. Quality of the apparel. #2. Brand concept and uniqueness.#3. Brand Following and Loyalty.

If you're a fan of footwear and fashion, then this list of the best streetwear brands is just for you. Whether you're looking for new gear or trying to stay updated with the hottest urban brands, you'll find the most popular streetwear companies out on this list. You'll have to be quick though, as these brands' online stores can sell out in just minutes after dropping new items. 

One of the most famous streetwear brands is definitely Supreme. What started as a skateboarding shop and clothing brand quickly became a must-have for youth, teens, men, women, and anybody else. But much like Supreme, other street fashion lines like Crooks and Castles, Diamond Supply Co., and The Hundreds have become a mainstay in streetwear.

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  • Supreme
    Photo: Supreme / Instagram
    3,222 votes

    Supreme is the most iconic streetwear brand to date. The brand lives up to its name and has done collaborations with everyone from Nike to Kermit the Frog. Supreme is an independent global brand.

  • A Bathing Ape
    Photo: A Bathing Ape / Instagram
    2,598 votes
    A Bathing Ape managed to transcend from an obscure Japanese streetwear brand into an industry leader in the 2000's and had the most relevant rappers not only wearing the brand but promoting it in songs and everywhere else. Rappers included Lil' Wayne, Pharrell, Kanye West and Clipse. BAPE became so popular that it is probably the most counterfitted streetwear brand in history to date.
  • Stüssy
    Photo: Stussy / Instagram
    2,073 votes
    Stussy has been a leader for 20+ years and has years of experience on others. Stussy has worked with legends such as EPMD and collaborating with Nike on the SB Dunks, Blazers, Huaraches and Huarache Lights. 
    Most recently working with artists like Drake and known for creating limited edition pieces and not over producing, Stussy is definitely at the top of the game and keeps the bar high for new labels.
  • Undefeated
    Photo: Undefeated / Instagram
    1,575 votes
    Undefeated is probably best known and respected for its dope sneaker collaborations and having consistent classics out of any other brand out there. They even designed their own Jordan IV's.
  • Billionaire Boys Club
    Photo: Billionaire Boys Club / Instagram
    Started in 2005 by Pharrell and the creator of BAPE. BBC and Ice Cream have become two iconic brands in the streetwear world. The designs are loud and dripping in unique colors and really tap into what real streetwear is about. The designs closely resemble BAPE but are all their own. Thanks to a deal with Reebok, Ice Cream was able to launch its own sneakers as well.
  • HUF
    Photo: HUF / Instagram
    1,429 votes
    HUF is another one of those iconic brands that can't really be hurt at this point. They are a worldwide brand with a massive list of stockists deeply rooted in skateboard culture. HUF has been building its brand since the early 90's and has earned its legendary status in the streetwear world. Some of the best collaborations to date have come from HUF X Diamond Supply Co.