15. Bounty Hunter
The most exciting part of Japanese streetwear brands is how they reappropriate American subculture and fashion it into their own unique image, and then hawk it back to us to chase and imitate. Bounty Hunter is a prime example-Hikaru Iwanaga's boutique label channels American punk, rockabilly, and motorcycle motifs through its offerings via a color scheme that doesn't stray far from the black/white scale. The other half of Bounty Hunter is noted for contributions to the '90s vinyl toy craze, their motto calling out, "All Other Toys Suck." Better put, all other streetwear brands suck.