35. King Stampede
The great thing about streetwear is that it's not designated for one specific community. While skate brands and urban lines cater accordingly, streetwear stays as open-minded as the people who wear it. King Stampede was originally an extension of a record shop, and the brand's stylistic themes reflect the bizarre course of obscure music. Their graphics are off-the-wall, but never forced; psychedelic, you can almost hear the bass line thumping. Speaking of noise, I selfishly wish there was a lot more of it coming from the KS camp these days, but regardless, what a long, strange trip it's been.