If you didn’t manage to attend our PAUSE Pop Up Party we’re giving you the chance to see all the brands featured and shop them online. Easy, quick and simple – enjoy!
An electric brand formed by Vinti Tan and Paul Andrews. Having previously worked with the likes Fred Perry, Vinti Andrews also worked with Nike on an incredible collaboration for the 10th anniversary of Air Max to form the Nike Dog. Although an underground brand, the use of colour and textures makes Vinti Andrews an important name in the fashion scene.
Amongst a new breed of independent online fashion retailers, Stanley Kane was established in November 2013 to offer a digital destination for the latest affordable British street-wear and fashion trends for style conscious young men. The roots of the brand draw inspiration from the British Indie music scene; Stanley Kane epitomises the synergy between fashion and music. Newness is the cornerstone of the Stanley Kane brand with the product offer updating and evolving constantly, regardless of season, always focusing on trend with cues taken from grunge, military, psychedelic, Americana and skater styles, wearers of Stanley Kane are not afraid to experiment. Keep an eye out for Stanley Kane.
Ashley Marc Hovelle
The streetwear brand with a retro twist. Minimalist prints and classic design are key to the AMH brand. With a love of city culture, AMH stock globally, and aim to create pieces which are personal to each city and their sense of style. Ashley Marc Hovelle have come incredibly far since their signature ‘I’m Bad’ T-shirt, and have evolved into a particular style-conscious brand. This year they celebrate their 5th year as a brand.
Founded by designer Mitchel Galvin-Farnol, this East London brand has quickly made a name for itself in the past year. Available at Topman and ASOS, Nicce London took massive inspiration from the London, Ibiza and Berlin nightclub scene, and has since been seen on a number of massive music artist. The brand is quickly expanding and is already a key player in the streetwear fashion scene.
Hubert & Calvin
Forerunners Hubert & Calvin draw inspiration from London street style and intertwine it with incredible elements of design. With already a firm place in the street wear scene, Hubert & Calvin have a keen eye for trends and have developed their label into a well-respected fashion brand that experiment with prints and textures. The result: must-have pieces for any man’s wardrobe.
Mr. Gugu & Miss Go
A colourful, playful brand which specialise in all-over print. Mr. Gugu & Miss Go constantly produce show-stopping graphics for people of all shapes and sizes, including children. You never know what the brand are gonna do next, but one thing you can always expect, is their clothes putting a smile on your face.
Jelly & Cream
Jelly & Cream are a young London-based snapback and headwear brand founded in 2010. Specialising in colourful and graphic designs, when Jelly & Cream spot a trend, they create the most stylish headwear to suit what your wardrobe will look like. Accessories are a key feature in fashion, and this brand knows the importance of that better than any other.
With summer fast approaching, where better to turn to for your shades than Anchor Sunglasses. The Glasgow-based brand offer fun, stylish sunglasses which are affordable for everyone. The brand have rapidly grown in the past two years and they’ll also be launching a clothing
Combining Scandinavian simplicity with London skater style, Malmö is a forward-thinking brand which oozes originality. With hand-made silk-screen prints, the brand offers stylish pieces which are ethically crafted with passion for the brand and its consumers.
Zimzilla is an Essex-based company which offers a platform for new and emerging streetwear brands to showcase their creativity. Stocking brands such as Grand Scheme, Groovy Gentleman and Addict, Zimzilla is your go-to website to find the rarest styles and clothing lines!
Clime It Brothers
A socially driven company headed by Mr Mohamud and designed by the talented Alice Shirley, who also designs for French fashion house Hermes. Clime It Brothers is a clothing brand which uses a number of different creative sources to encourage young people to develop new personal skills that some lack the opportunity to obtain.