Trapstar ‘Unforgettable’ tees & sweats

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One thing I can never fault Trapstar for, is the rate that they produce and release new product. The brand never leave fans waiting around too long before the next release, and this surprise pre-season ‘Unforgettable’ drop is an example of just that.

Appearing online for the first time today, Trapstar have given us a look at a new print entitled ‘Unforgettable’, which shows a new graphic side to the brand. The image itself is of a 50’s style, scantily clad female gazing north towards ‘Trapstar’ script, clutching a rose, and with the brands star logo over her right eye. I absolutely love the image, and it’s a stylistic departure to everything the brand have produced before, so it’s nice to see some progression. Available now on black and grey tees, and black crewneck sweatshirts, I’m sure the ‘Unforgettable’ range will be a big hit with fans of the brand, and might even convert a few minds who have yet to be convinced, but that’s for you to decide.

The brand are undoubtably one of the biggest in the UK streetwear circuit, and they certainly get a lot of attention on The Daily Street, from both avid fans and detractors alike. Let us know which one you are in the comments below.

The unforgettable tees and sweats are available online and in-store now from Trapstar.

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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Comments

  • Bossman75

    This drop just made me a fan!

  • Shaun Craig Parkinson

    The only thing I will say here is. The website needs better product photo’s, and layout. this will further the brand even more. The only thing letting them down. The designs are top notch!

    Shaun

  • Dan Richardson

    To be honest, this is any product they made last nite in a rush, (not to be rude).
    The thing is about Urban brands like Trapstar, nuffin is ever original or thought out to make an impact in British style and trend for 2day..it looks like they are trying to be accepted in a cultural movement such as fashion…. Everything from the Brand looks like a market version of supreme, 10 deep, Crooks and castle and Obey clothing ….it looks like nuffin has been created from there own minds..puting a naked woman with boobs with a star on her eye, i cant see why that is fashion or fashionable… what they need 2 do is stop watching tyga (Young Money) and Chris brown’s fashion sense an incorporating it in their brand identity and to come up with a whole new thing…coz this T-Shirt looks like its on sale at Topshop for January sales for £5…(im just being honest guys). As this as a release after the leather jacket with Rich Hill smoking a cigarette randomly on a Ped going around in circles… i cant see that as growth/progress within the past years …you almost had a gd publish daily street…just weak product.

  • Joseph

    Its always good to see workrate and products released in succession, but when your producing products with a woman holding her boob, I would hope you were just a brand starting out, not for over 4 years from what I have been told.

    I understand the whole ‘Trapstar’ word and the ‘Star’ symbol being placed there, but who wouldn’t think of that??
    I did see the leather jacket, duffer ladies but it seems like everything is all over the place.

    I agree with Shaun about their site when going on it, was quite amazed that they are seen as one of’UK’s biggest on the streetwear circuit’

    Looking at their site and viewing their products there seems to be no value to the brand or good presentation. When you go onto a site you pretty much can get a feel about the brand from first insights and this is a bad one on this occasion.

    I mean fashion does have different styles, but these products have no style or can even been seen as stylistic. I do hope streetwear evolves into more that just a graphic design but a deeper look into material usage and a design that makes sense, especially if you been doing that for over 4 years now. Thats what you call a start stop engine that just aint started.

    Joseph

  • kev

    I want to support them as a UK brand but i went their shop in potobello green and it was crap, nothing even in-there except about 5 t-shirts!!

  • JAMES

    i agree with joseph, NOT to be rude .
    BUT THIS IS NOT FASHION.
    A LADY HOLDING HER TITTS AND A STAR ON HER EYE. THIS DESIGN SEEMS RUSHED, ALSO THEY ARE NOT ONE OF THE BIGGEST BRANDS IN LONDON. NOT AT ALL. THE DAILY STREET OVER BLOG ABOUT THEM, PLEASE DO YOUR RESEARCH AND FIND OUT ABOUT BETTER BRANDS THIS IS JUST SILLY NOW.

  • Suffocake

    Thanks for your comment, James. Be great if you could suggest some of the brands we’re missing that perhaps I should be researching, because by the sounds of it we’re missing something.

  • JAMES

    SUFFOCAKE, i really like your blog don’t get me wrong. It gives an insight in whats going on in up and coming fashion, the only thing is by reading your posts/ blogs you show a lot favouritism to this brand (Trapsta.) MATE THERE NOT ALL THAT GOOD, THEY BEEN OUT FOR 9 YEARS AND HAVEN’T SHOWN PROGRESS. MAYBE THEY ARE YOUR MATES OR SO, WHO KNOWS. LOL IM PLAYING.

    LOOK AT BRANDS SUCH HAS FLY53, UNITED KINGDOM OF LUKE EVEN MONEY CLOTHING…. SWITCH IT UP SUFFOCAKE.