Sequins, Bombers and Extreme Graphics – This Season’s Streetwear Must-Haves

Spring is here and all of our favorite brands finally blessed us with new gems to add to our closets! It’s time to finally get rid of winter coats, which means there’s some new space for bomber jackets, jerseys and and finally a new trench coat. To take the pressure off you, we at Title put together a small selection of our streetwear favorites for you to look out for on your next shopping spree.

Graphic Tee’s All The Way

We all are sucker for t-shirts and with the temperature hopefully going up soon, it’s time to stock up on graphic shirts. Our personal favorites this season are courtesy of Life is Unfair (Ciccione Longsleeve), Nancy (Crush Their Heads Tee) and Supreme (I forgot the name of the design, but it features the Statue of Liberty having sex with a Timberland-rockin’ T-Rex).

Talking about graphics… Very few clothing items are more graphic than sports jerseys and after the bloke core trend took over last year (It’s still there. Please see below.) Palace will drop this banger of a hockey jersey for Spring. The graphic is a nod to classic cigar manufacturer Phillies Blunt and an iconic t-shirt released in collaboration between Futura2000 and Stash in 1993.

But let’s have a look at some garments that might be more appropriate for everyday use:


Stüssy cam up with what we expected, which by no means is bad. It’s sophisticated fashion for the beach and beyond. Over the last year bomber jackets were featured more prominently and last season’s Pigment Dyed Bomber was one of everyone’s season’s favorites, so it makes sense for the brand to continue the trend. Go for the pink Dyed Nylon Bomber if you a want to stand out for or one of the more subtle tones like olive or brown if you just want to be the best dressed person in the room.

It’s still a good look to rock Needles Track Pants to the fullest, but if you are looking for an alternative this season have a look at Stüssy’s Poly Track Pant in brown. Pair it with the Textured SS Polo Sweater and enjoy being complimented all day.


The South Korean brand never disappoints. Their shooting is tastefully as always. Wearable for ages from 14 to infinity. We are down.

Fucking Awesome

Let’s have a look at Fucking Awesome, the brand started by skate legend and Supreme-affiliate Jason Dill. FA is always a little more settled and grown-up, therefore you can always be sure to find a lot of old man-style tops and cardigans often coming with a spin like the recently released Velour Track Jacket that features a tonal croc print. This season also brings leather short sleeve shirts in the mix. A very sexy addition to the collection.


Before we go in deep… Supreme shut down the jacket game this season by releasing the flashiest item off all time – a sequin-covered Varsity Jacket in collaboration with Mitchel & Ness. A future classic for sure.

Photo: Supreme

Talking about the whole collection:

You can really feel the changes Tremaine Emory brought into Supreme, with the brand going into a more and more fashionable direction each season. What comes as a big surprise to me is that this season’s Leather 5 Pocket Jean might seem a little too over the top. It’s more “undead biker / wrestler” than the “sexy mob affiliate“-like leather pants we saw in their previous collections.

I understand it, but this season it seems to be a pass. On a personal note: The author still hates himself for not buying the croc one last season…

Their Track Jackets, Cardigans and this “thing with some pearls weaved into it” (please see above) are our favorites this season. Also worth checking out is their Umbro collab.

Umbro x Slam Jam

Not only Supreme rubbed elbows with the casual scene by collaborating with classic sports brand Umbro, but also did Slam Jam. And let’s be honest, there are very few brand logos that go as hard on the back of a trench as the Umbro one.

While we’re heading the end of this piece, let’s stay in the bloke core cosmos:

The Best Celebrity Look Book: Adidas Spezial

British actor Stephen Graham was engaged by Adidas Spezial – the industry giant from Herzogenaurach’s football and casual-centered sub line for their newest look book shooting. Graham is known for his works in the movie industry such as his widely known portrayal of a 1980’s skinhead in 2006′ This is England. The clothing is designed to make your day at the terrace or football pit a little more dapper. And in a world of Ronnie Fieg “buying” every celebrity available for his next shooting this is a breathe of fresh air and a good start into this year in streetwear… while we are already counting down the days until Summer.