StreetX Spring/Summer 2015 Lookbook


Australian retailer StreetX present this nocturnal lookbook for Spring/Summer 2015, showcasing the latest from their in-house collection.

For those that aren’t that clued up on the brand, StreetX began back in 2011, originally founded as an online web store selling a range of carefully selected independent brands, with the concept for the branding and the stores name inspired by a new stock exchange market – Chi-X. Quickly gathering momentum, StreetX soon became a recognised name on the streetwear scene in Australia with the arrival of their first physical store and their own label picking up interest overseas, following collaborations with the likes of aNYthing and Raised By Wolves. StreetX plays a huge role in the movement over in Australia that is seeing more and more brands from the region with a strong sense of direction and unique aesthetic, and because of these attributes they are causing a stir on a global scale.

For their latest collection, StreetX have incorporated their familiar Aussie beach themes into their designs while also looking to Old Blighty for inspiration, applying the famous Lion from the 3 lions logo as a back print. Heavily graphic based throughout, the release consists of tees, long sleeves, socks and a solid headwear collection to sit next to cut and sew pieces in the shorts and jacketing options. The palette is kept simple throughout with just enough pop of colour to make the pieces summer ready and highly wearable.

You can pick up the latest from StreetX over at Urban Industry now.



Streetx x Manface Capsule Collection

Perth-based StreetX have emerged as one of the most exciting brands to come out of Australia of late, having quickly developed and established their own clothing line through their online store and physical location, collaborations with the likes of Sly Guild and aNYthing has solidified their place in the global market. Following up a largely successful year for the brand in 2014, the Australian outfit now link up with LA based tattoo artist Manface on a collaborative capsule collection for Spring 2015.

Manface has gained serious recognition following his work with the likes of Odd Future and Trash Talk, which traditionally incorporates LA iconography mixed with dark imagery, and this follows through in his latest venture. You can see creative direction from both parties played a role in the capsule, drawing inspiration from each of their surrounding locations of LA and Perth, however its Manface’s unique graphics that take centre stage across an array of long and short sleeved tees, along with one-off hand etched accessories including dog tags and zippo lighters.

The StreetX x Manface Capsule collection is available now at the brands web store HERE. You can shop Streetx’s current collection for Spring 2015 over at Urban Industry