Published: January 22, 2022

Last Updated: August 5, 2022

Emerging Label SINR Marries Traditional Influences With Contemporary Design

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For Los Angeles-based clothing label SINR, it’s all about the artist and the creatives. Marrying traditional influences with contemporary design, designer Vince Cortez founded the brand in 2020. Since then, it’s rapidly ascended into popularity amidst the growing wave of emerging streetwear labels taking over the Internet.

Since its launch, the brand has put out a plethora of pieces to accompany streetwear lovers throughout the seasons. Its World Of Fear collection brings forth graphic tees and loungewear shorts while the Pre-Fall capsule leans into womenswear for the first time. It includes a form-fitting biketard and cropped tank in Plum as well as a cow print cropped tank. Tapping on influencers such as Karla J and Ashley Tory, SINR has a considerably moderate following that’s successively picking up with each new drop.

For their first capsule of 2022, SINR presents Projèct 1: a collection that introduces a range of new tees, trucker hats, and button-ups amongst other items. The Art Projèct features knitted lining along the hood hemming in addition to a custom snap button while the Bone City Trucker Hats arrive in different colorways for both NY and LA. Elsewhere in the collection, the Quilted Liner Jacket remarkably stands out in an olive green silhouette that complements several other pieces. The brand’s classic moth logo also appears on terry knit socks and an ivory knitted print pullover.

Focusing on themes of duality and rebirth, SINR is a clothing label to keep an eye on. Its relaxed silhouettes don’t overcomplicate design and easily complement and balance out with contemporary styles. You can head over to their website to shop for the latest arrivals.

Elsewhere in streetwear, check out Italian-based streetwear brand and collective 5mc2.