Where the runway meets the street

Spring is just around the corner, which means it’s prime layering season. Whether you’re wearing it solo or underneath your favorite outerwear piece(s), a hooded sweater is a timeless wardrobe staple, and a cornerstone of the streetwear uniform.

Graphics are another essential part of the streetwear aesthetic. The genre is built on visually-striking motifs — whether they’re punchy logos, provocative slogans or obscure photos and illustrations.

With that in mind, we’ve wrapped up some of the dopest graphic hoodies on the market right now. From easy-to-cop classics to niche streetwear labels and luxe high-end options, there’s something here for everyone.

Here’s 10 of our favorite hoodies out there right now. Head over to Highsnobiety‘s dedicated shopping channel, What Drops Now, to shop the range in full.

Pink is a massive vibe, no matter the season, and #grungewave label Pleasures has cooked up a dope pullover for you to show your softer side with.

C.E is one of Highsnobiety‘s favorite streetwear labels at the minute, so this mega-boxy hoodie is a no-brainer.

Bandulu comes through with a vintage Champion hoodie that’s been resurrected with extra embroidered details.

If you want to flash some color but aren’t into retina-searing tones, try a bit of this deep brick orange, courtesy of Vans and Swedish menswear oddballs Our Legacy.

Trust BAPE to splash embroideries and camo all over its seasonal hoodies.

Korean label Stereo Vinyl drops some wonky, off-kilter step-hemmed action.

Channel your inner surf dog courtesy of throwback streetwear label Life’s A Beach.

The Thrasher logo is an all-time skate icon — which has been ripped off millions of times — and this latest version of the magazine’s staple hoodies comes emblazoned with a Menorah.

Alexander Wang’s luxe hoodie mixes bolo-style string ties with a dope tie-dye colorway.

Former Supreme Creative Director Brendon Babenzien comes through with some preppy, ’90s-flavored heat.

For more buyer’s guides, here’s how you can cop Virgil Abloh’s latest fashion week outfit without breaking the bank.

Words by Alec Leach
Digital Fashion Editor

Alec Leach grew up in Brighton, England, but now lives in Berlin, where he leads Highsnobiety's digital fashion content.

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