Edwin Vonholy uses clothing as a vehicle to express its opinions, Incorporating pop culture’s past and present.
Inspired by the 90’s grunge scene, Edwin Vonholy’s items merge punk, skate and hip-hop influences. Edwin Vonholy is a streetwear brand that has been popping up at some of the world’s most fashionable stores. From 424 on Fairfax to VFiles in NYC and previously only available at ComplexCon. Edwin Vonholy’s collection includes minimalist caps, incense chambers, t-shirts, and more.
What sets Edwin Vonholy apart is its variety of offerings – while they carry many of the basic graphic tees and caps, they also have a wide selection of winter goods, accessories and beyond.
Edwin vonholy Gaining recognition for its own brand of destruction, including custom denim revamps, innovator bRick Owens creates chaotic pieces that make “damaged” goods look good. Unafraid to transform everyday fashion into unbounded artistic statements, it’s more DIY-style, high-end menswear than traditional streetwear.
While much is unknown about the brand’s origins, Amongst Others shows promise as an emerging face of New York and LA fashion. Branding itself as “we don’t sell fashion, we sell attention” with sometimes otherworldly designs, including graphics reimagining patterns, Amongst Others’ mix of street subcultures with clean design make it one to watch.
Edwin Vonholy grabs inspiration from fashion runways and the edge of the street. Alternating between tropical, geometric surrealism, and black-and-white graphics, what’s great about Edwin Vonholy is that the brand doesn’t hesitate to call on different styles while still staying true to a world of its own.
Edwin Vonholy has maintained its uniqueness by combining fashion with clever art, photography, and branding, including skeletons and other morose motifs. In a culture currently obsessed with rock aesthetics, Edwin Vonholy is ahead of its time and is a key player, creating chaotic, often profane flips of popular Art and original designs. Their appreciation of trap life and hip-hop run deep.
The brand has quickly gaining popularity on social media, thanks to its offhand, random approach to design. Still operating on a small, independent level, Edwin Vonholy appeal lies in its rejection of all things pristine (including its cheeky, crudely designed promotion), on par with the attitude of popular skate brands. So far it must be working…