Recap: The Reset III

As regular readers will know, this past weekend played host to the third instalment of The Reset, a 2 day event showcasing some of the best independent talent in UK street wear. The event took place at the Nike 1948 space over Saturday and Sunday and saw hundreds of London’s best dressed pass through it’s doors.

Arriving a little before 10:30 on Saturday morning, there was already a queue of 50 or more eager ‘heads, lining the walls of Bateman’s Row. Unfortunately those who’d got up early had to wait for a little longer than expected and brave the London rain before getting inside, but it was worth it in the end as they all snapped up purchases within minutes of entering the gates. The Trapstar booth was mobbed almost constantly over both days, as expected, but there were plenty other cash for clothing exchanges taking place. Swanz Fly held it down for the ladies while Seth brought a little something for all the vintage collectors with Zone 7 Style.

G.R.I.N.D, Benjart and P.C. Williams all dropped limited pieces available exclusively at the weekend and a special mention should go to Second Son who’s both display was the winner on the design front, hands-down, followed by Dirrrtee and their massive pendant and Chanel box display. Additional mentions go to The Ugly Kids Club, A.IN.T, Star Player, Trinotron, PXL, Abuze London and All Caps who all went in hard with their collections. The Reset III was an even bigger success than the previous, two and I for one can’t wait to see what Jude and crew have planned for the next. Take a look below for a full photo recap of the weekend and we shall see you for part IV.

Photography: The Daily Street

Adam Scotland

One of the three founding members of THE DAILY STREET, Adam is our Editor at TDS. Adam works in the streetwear industry for Out Of Step Ltd., specialising in both USA and UK brands. He also contributes to The Hundreds website.

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