Streetwear

Canadian singer-songwriter, and living music legend Neil Young has a new gig: he's the face of Supreme's Spring 2015 poster ad campaign. The streetwear brand released their Spring 2015 lookbooks last week amidst NYC fashion week, and this poster was one of the first images to surface for the campaign. Expect to see these posters all around NYC and within skate mags.

Stay tuned, as we'll have a wrap-up of some highlights from the upcoming Supreme Spring 2015 collection later.

Laura Hadar splits her time between being a pro snowboarder and running a streetwear store.
After making a name for herself with her urban rail riding, the Nike snowboarder is now adding backcountry charger to her list of accomplishments. Hadar spent last season logging helicopter miles in search of powder. When she isn't on the mountain, Hadar is at her Salt Lake City shop, FICE Gallery, which stocks some of the premier streetwear brands. Dose caught up with Hadar at the Agenda tradeshow to find out how she balances it all and to get the scoop on Nike's upcoming video "Never Not."

With a bevy of established streetwear brands holding our attention with new drops and collabs, it’s easy to lose sight of the little guys. Yet, there are still an abundance of street-savvy brands on the come-up, many of which deserve a proper shout-out.

To honor these up-and-comers, we’ve compiled a list of 10 streetwear brands that have been making some serious moves as of late. We would highly advise you to arrange an immediate peep of the brands listed, and to definitely refrain from sleeping on these guys in 2015.

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