A Streetwear Legend Wishes Death Upon the Culture's Hottest Trends Right Now

A Streetwear Legend Wishes Death Upon the Culture's Hottest Trends Right Now

This summer, we've seen an abundance of leather—especially at Summer Jam—and people are calling for an axe to what was once the most badass thing a dude could put on. No, we're not just talking about people who troll twitter. One of streetwear's most prominent individuals, Frank Cooke of Wish ATL, made a statement at this year's Agenda trade show in Las Vegas.

Cooke was spotted walking around in a T-shirt that read, "R.I.P. Leather & Sublimation." Sublimation has become a popular way for brand's to make all-over prints, and has seen a rise in custom socks

Does Cooke have a point? Sure, every season there's a flux of trends that go in-and-out of style. But this year, there's a rising disdain towards everyone wanting to sport the same style as the next man. 

Where do you stand?

[via Publish Brand]

Stay Connected with
Complex Style
Tags: frank-cooke, wish-atl, leather
blog comments powered by Disqus