Vancouver Streetwear

The latest series from our fashion photographer @wy.an

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Me (@wy.an) sporting a "Dark Green Munsingwear Jacket", a "Brown MCM Stark Backpack" and a pair of "Summit White Nike Air Max 97s". A simple outfit put together to highlight the bag

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Arthur (@ar.fur) flexing his "Concord Air Jordan 11s" with his new "Caveman Clothing Tee", a new ethnically inspired brand. The concords are arguably the greatest pair of J's ever.


Briana (@brianarosevermette) turning heads with a classic "White Supreme Box Logo Hoodie" and some "Blue Rothco Camo Pants". Not many people can pull this fit off better than Bri!

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Kayli (@wandering) wearing a bunch of different brands, from Supreme to Raf Simons. One of Vancouver's more popular photographers, she also acts as a fairly decent model too!

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Jaymie (@jaymiesorongon) repping a "Black Skulpist Tee", a new local brand founded by one of his buddies. Sometimes you gotta support the locals, it's not always about the hype!

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Kristian (@theyoungniky) got too much heat with his "Black Bape Shark Pullover Hoodie", "Oreo Adidas Yeezy V2s", and a "Gucci Duffle bag". Oh, and in case you missed it, how dope is his motorcycle?


Mark (@mark.spong) staying warm with a "Red Supreme x North Face Fleece", a pretty rare piece, especially in this colorway. TNF is the perfect fit for Vancouver's chilly winters.

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Taylore (@_tayjoness) wearing the new, very controversial "Black Supreme Piss Christ Tee". The graphic on this tee is literally Christ submerged in urine... which is why it is so controversial.

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Me (@wy.an) modelling "Alex Yu's White Wool Pin-stripe Shirt" with a bunch of other brands. Alex is an up and coming, local, designer who was featured in Vancouver's Fashion Week Show.

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Me (@wy.an) wearing a "Grey Nike x Off-white Hoodie". The "Long Black Alex Yu Belt" is one of my favourite pieces as it resembles the highly sought out off-white industrial belt, but is much more low-key. Sometimes it's good to just keep it simple.