These 2016 streetwear trends depict a shift in casual fashion, as brands across the globe infuse garments with their own unique branding, original imagery and more -- all while promoting limited-edition items through pop-ups and other exclusive events.
At the same time, brands have been revitalizing vintage motifs, taking consumers back to the past and appealing to their love of the nostalgic. Most prominently, they've been re-hatching looks from the 1990s, giving Millennials the chance to relive their youngest years. Although some have incorporated features of past eras minimally, others have aimed to bring back certain styles in full.
An example of this within these 2016 streetwear trends includes the velour tracksuits from UNITED ARROWS and adidas, which released a limited selection of the matching garments in a retro brown and beige color scheme. To see what's to come in fashion, technology, food and more, check out our 2017 Trend Report.
Top 100 Streetwear Trends in 2016
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90s Techno-Inspired Apparel
Vibrant '60s Fashion
Retro Streetwear Editorials
Grungy Military Streetwear
Gender-Neutral Fast Fashion