High Company Goes From Brazil to Brooklyn for Drop 5 Lookbook

One of Brazil’s finest skate brands.

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One of Brazil’a best-known streetwear and skate brands High Company is back with a fifth drop for 2017 and a special lookbook to support it.

Delivering a fully-formed range of clothing and accessories, the label serves up a new line that’s geared towards everyday wear and skating. For inspiration, the Brazilian brand looks to pizzerias, old horror films, high-end fashion and colorful streetwear to come up with a vibrant collection of jackets, graphical tees, hoodies and more. While High Company’s fifth drop was planned and plotted in Brazil, its lookbook was shot in Brooklyn by photographer Josh Ellis.

You can take a look at the lookbook for High Company’s fifth drop of 2017 above, while the line itself will launch at a pizza party at Cartel 011’s latest location. For more new lookbooks, check out UNITED TOKYO’s recently-revealed Fall/Winter 2017 offering.

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