Birmimgham-based streetwear brand Bene Culture has just presented its latest collection of the year, and the imprint is putting functionality first as it steps into the UK’s unpredictable winter.
Originally launching as a multi-brand reseller — stocking everything from Americana vintage to thisisneverthat — Bene Culture has since grown into its own fashion force, providing Brummy uniform that the city’s natives wear with pride. This same pride is encapsulated within its heavily-branded designs, which is what the label’s latest collection is centered around.
For example, jogging bottoms and corresponding hoodies return as a cornerstone for Bene Culture, employing black and green colorways to lay the foundations for a melange of globe motifs and slogans. Additionally, more understated styles, such as the new clean-cut and straight-leg trousers provide an option for wearers to dress up or down.
Meanwhile, outerwear is welcomed this time around, with the brand providing a new quarter-zip pullover coming in a brick-red hue and complemented with white raised stitched detailing alongside customary Bene Culture branding in the form of a tiny pull tag.
You can take a closer look at the new collection from Bene Culture above and it’ll be available to shop via the brand’s official website from October 20 at 7 p.m, BST.
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