Alex Olson's Bianca Chandôn has been one of 2015's fastest rising brands, quickly escalating to levels that puts it in the company of brands like Palace, and Dime. Sure, Olson's history as a skater gives the line a seat among skatewear's biggest and brightest, but it's far more than that. With a collection dedicated to honoring the memory of DJ Larry Levan and the famous Paradise Garage, the brand is as much an homage to underground skating as it is the hazy aesthetic of Tom Bianchi. Olson admits that he keeps stock low to emulate the experience of buying a hard-to-find vinyl record, but while that's rounding out the brand's allure, it's unwittingly putting it in the same “high-demand and highly-coveted” company as early Stussy and Supreme.