Stampd isn’t new to the New York Fashion Week: Men’s schedule, but something felt different during its fall outing early last month. There was a buzz swirling through the runway show/presentation, which drew guests from all corners of the fashion ecosystem: Public School’s Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne, influencer Yes Julz, Andrew Rosen and rapper Ja Rule. It’s clear that Chris Stamp, who founded the Los Angeles-based streetwear line in 2009, is becoming a fan favorite within the industry.
Another shift was the collection, which was broader and brighter than usual. He integrated more color into the lineup, more logo iterations and more pieces that move beyond his beginnings as a screen-printed T-shirt designer. Bombers, hoodies, parkas and track pants felt re-energized with touches of bright yellow, rust and hunter green. Stamp also presented leather jackets, shearling coats and more denim.
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