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Setlist : Top 5 Relaunched 90’s Culture Brands.

We’re in the middle of a full on 90’s revival. We took a time machine back to the golden era and dug up 5 iconic brands, and then brought back their whole revival on Wanderset. Pop in a Redman casette, roll a Backwoods, and start scrolling down. Or, if you have a time machine like us, just use it. 1. Carhartt That 90s golden era hiphop workwear shit was the golden ticket. Rappers from Nas to Gangstarr opted to look like construction workers on winter mornings. Heavy layers, wool ribbed beanies and hats and super baggy hoodies and denim outer wear was the norm. Flannel interiors, and utilitarian denim and canvas were the uniform, usually to be completed with unlaced Timberlands. Carhartt was and still is a leader in men’s hard labor workwear, and with the resurgence in 90s nostalgia- they’re back. They never really left the closets for…

20 Brands You Need To Know On Wanderset

If you’re really entrenched in the section of culture where streetwear, luxury, and progressive, creative design exist, then you may know some of these brands. If you’re not – don’t stress. We’ve got your education below. We’ve selected only 20 of our over 100 brands, ones that we felt were still emerging, niche, or unique, that few places, physically or digitally, actually carry.  We showcased them in alphabetical order for a smooth read, and seek to introduce and elevate our readers. When we started, we didn’t want to re-do what so many other great fashion hubs already did. We wanted to Wander and bring back what we found on our adventures. With that said, Wanderset is dedicated to connecting all sections of convergence culture, and we champion the artisans and innovators. All the lines selected have expertly crafted narratives, use premium materials and don’t believe in dumbing it down. Neither…

2018 Is Actually 1992. Here’s Why.

Wanderset Breaks Down Why 2017 Feels Alot Like 92-97, And Explores The Theory That Everything Repeats Itself On A 20-25 Year Grid.  When I was 17 I used to skip class in New Haven, CT and go hang on the green or at pubs in the Arts District a ton. I used to have conversations with bums, doctors, gangsters and Yale students alike. It expanded me. To be honest, my class cutting adventures are probably the reason I do anything I do now. It was a period of huge growth. Ironically, the hobos would say the most expansive things. There was this one cat, who they called “Money” (the proverbial they stay giving out ironic names, fa sho’) who told me this theory about how culture in general was on a 20-25 year cycle. Music and fashion all took two decades to circle. Nothing proves Money was actually money on…