Shamek Introduces New Collection for Trendsetters Everywhere

Saudi Arabia’s number-one-selling streetwear brand has just dropped its biggest-ever collection yet for FW 22/23.

Shamek, the leading streetwear brand in Saudi Arabia known for its bold designs and high-quality materials, is proud to announce the launch of its latest and biggest collection for FW 22/23. This collection offers a fresh take on streetwear style, combining classic elements with modern designs for a look that is both timeless and on-trend.

The collection features a range of pieces, including t-shirts, hoodies, jackets, and accessories. Each item is made from premium materials and features unique details and bold graphics that reflect the brand’s signature home-grown style. The collection also includes a range of sizes, making it accessible to streetwear fans of all shapes and sizes. With this collection, connoisseurs of streetwear will come to see how Shamek has retained its place as Saudi Arabia’s most popular streetwear brand. 

To showcase its pieces, Shamek recently established a retail location which is the first Saudi clothing department store for customers to shop to their heart’s content. Shamek’s new collection is also available for purchase now at its online store. For more information, please visit

About Shamek

Shamek is a popular streetwear brand known for its bold designs and high-quality materials. the brand draws inspiration from the rich cultural heritage of Saudi Arabia, incorporating local elements into its designs to create a unique and stylish look. Shamekh’s designs are carefully crafted to appeal to a wide range of tastes, from the bold and daring to the sleek and sophisticated. What’s more, its collections are designed for men, women, and children, ensuring that there is something for everyone.

At the core of Shamek is a commitment to quality and craftsmanship. Each piece is made from premium materials and is designed to last, so customers

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Most Influential Streetwear Labels To Wear Right Now

Streetwear is a popular style of fashion that has taken the world by storm. It is a combination of comfort, style, and functionality and is often characterised by bright colours, bold graphics, and street-inspired designs. Streetwear has become one of the most popular fashion trends of the last decade as it allows people to express their own unique style in a comfortable, yet fashionable way. Let’s take a look at some of the most influential streetwear labels and iconic brands to wear this year.

Carhartt WIP

Carhartt WIP is one of the best streetwear labels out there. It’s one of the biggest and best-known clothing labels in the world and they have a massive selection of clothing that is designed to be both stylish and incredibly durable. Their pieces are timeless, making them a great investment for those who want to look great while having clothing that will last. They offer a wide range of sizes, from XS – XXL for men and XS – XL for women, making it easy for everyone to find something that fits perfectly.

When looking at Carhartt WIP sizing and deciding which size to choose, it’s important to remember that their clothing is often loose, so you may want to size it down for a more fitted piece of clothing. They also offer a variety of cuts and silhouettes, making it simple to find something that suits your body type and style. The quality of Carhartt WIP is also impressive, with items made from durable materials that are built to last.


Known for its trendy designs and quality materials, Adidas is one of the world’s most recognisable streetwear brands. Founded in Germany in 1949, Adidas has become a staple in the streetwear community, offering a wide range of footwear, apparel, and accessories that

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Elevate Your Fashion Style With The New Und3rcover Streetwear, Now On Shopee

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Exist beyond the shadow and brave the streets with fashion wear that celebrates local art and creativity. Created with the mindset to innovate communities through the art of street fashion, Und3rcover recognizes talented and creative individuals and chooses artists from different walks of life to represent the brand.

Und3rcover is your new go-to streetwear brand that offers an array of clothes and accessories that fit your style and needs. From classic fit round neck shirts, oversized shirts, and muscle tees to crop tops, shorts, hats, jackets, sweaters and hoodies, every piece of clothing is made of premium quality fabric to offer you style and comfort in every wear.

And that’s not all! Your favorite Und3rcover products are now available on Shopee. You can now elevate your streetwear fashion with just a few clicks. Check out the brand’s unique collections and designs to add to your wardrobe and OOTD.

From vintage to graffiti, the new Und3rcover streetwear brand lets you own your style with a variety of items and design offerings that fit your fashion sense. All prints are done by topnotch silkscreen process for utmost durability that can sustain multiple washes and vary from minimalist logos to graphic illustrations.

Check out all their products and the latest collections at

Shopee is your go-to for all things local fashion with its vast array of shops that cater to your unique styling needs. Want to stay updated and catch up with the newest fashion trends? Shopee conveniently lets you check out the latest fashion pieces by simply scrolling through your phone.

Check out the newest Und3rcover streetwear brand on Shopee and celebrate local art and street fashion while enjoying amazing deals and store vouchers to elevate your online shopping experience.


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Jules Kounde’s New Streetwear Brand

Jules Kounde has ventured out into fashion with his brand Homies From Paris and has Real Madrid stars Karim Benzema and Aurelien Tchouaméni as ambassadors. 

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Barcelona’s Jules Kounde’s fashion venture, Homies From Paris, has Real Madrid stars Karim Benzema and Aurelien Tchouaméni as brand ambassadors. 

Kounde created the streetwear brand alongside French designer Goba Noel and the duo opened a pop-up store during Paris Fashion Week. 

Benzema and Tchouaméni have been pictured rocking the brand’s garments during the off-season. 

Homies From Paris

The brand’s logo is a simple HFP and it appears in most of their clothing consisting of streetwear staples like graphic t-shirts, sweats, crop tops, caps and socks. 

The brand caters to both men and women with comfortable clothing being the HFP’s go-to at the moment. 

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Benzema was pictured in Dubai rocking a crisp-white HFP top, while Tchouaméni was pictured with Kounde during an NBA game in HFP clothing. 

AC Milan shot-stopper Mike Maignan is another baller who’s worn HFP, he attended the brand’s pop-up store launch during fashion week

Have your on Kounde’s streetwear brand…

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State Champs’ Derek Discanio Doesn’t Want His Streetwear Brand Defined By the Band

For the last year and a half, State Champs singer Derek Discanio has been building his own brand outside of the band.

That’s not to say that the New York-based pop punkers are going to be slowing down anytime soon, but rather that Discanio’s streetwear line, Steez, won’t be counting on the band’s existing success or looking to ride its coattails. Instead, Discanio is looking to expand Steez outside of his existing platform to reach streetwear fans who’ve never heard of his band before — reaching fans new and old through both online drops and an in-person merch tent for festivals and events that may or may not involve State Champs.

With Steez now looking into retail distribution and expanding into hosting its own events and other endeavors, SPIN spoke with Discanio about where the brand has been and where it’s heading.



SPIN: How did you decide you wanted to launch a streetwear brand?

Derek Discanio: It’s something that I’ve been passionate about since high school. When it came time to decide what I wanted to do during my senior year, Ii was one of those guys that was always a jack of all trades. I was a jock kid who played hockey, I was a skate punk kid who liked to skateboard with his friends, and I’d just started a band with my friends and bought a van — so I didn’t know what the heck I wanted to do. The only college I was accepted to was a graphic design school near New York City, so I ended up going there for one year and learned a lot about design before dropping out because my band was starting to gain some traction. Then I started working for a merch company as the head of the art

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Jeff Staple Predicts Streetwear’s Future and More at FN CEO Summit 2022

Jeff Staple took the stage to discuss brand relevance and his streetwear legacy during the FN CEO Summit at The Plaza Hotel in New York City.

Staple, who’s helmed his staple-sneaker-collaborations-guide-1203318082/” data-ylk=”slk:own streetwear brand” class=”link “own streetwear brand since 1997 and launched numerous viral collaborations, reminisced on his time in the streetwear world with FN’s senior news and features editor, Peter Verry, and said it’s a trajectory that’s still sinking in.

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Recalling his start selling T-shirts made after breaking into the Parsons School of Design’s silkscreening lab, Staple attributed consistency to his success.

“Trust me, 25 years later, it’s unbelievable that I have a streetwear brand attracting youth culture for a quarter century,” said the cover star of FN’s August issue. “Right from the beginning, I knew I wanted to create a legacy brand. I thought, ‘Why couldn’t street culture produce a legacy brand that lasts forever?’”

G-Eazy and Jeff Staple star on the cover of FN’s Aug. 1 issue. - Credit: Justin Bettman for FN

G-Eazy and Jeff Staple star on the cover of FN’s Aug. 1 issue. – Credit: Justin Bettman for FN

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This same logic was at play when Staple gave his brand its title. The designer describes it as “a raw, special element that you can’t live without,” describing his process as “just left, right, one step in front of the other for 25 years.”

Staple is a self-affirmed shoe collector, counting between 300 and 500 pairs in his own wardrobe. Though he’s heard rumors of the death of sneaker culture throughout his career, the creative confirmed his belief that “we are never going back.”

Remembering the origins of sneaker collecting becoming mainstream, Staple recalled how the standard shoe rotation of seven pairs expanded to 30-40 styles. The cause, according to him, is the “different adaptations and environments to wear different kinds of footwear”

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