Thrasher magazine's apparel line is something of a sensation akin to Supreme - originally a dominant force in the skateboarding world, it managed to branch out into mainstream streetwear culture, taking it by storm. While plenty of labels and brands have a tendency to sell out during times of increased media attention,Â Thrasher's editor-in-chief Jake Phelps took a photo of Justin Bieber wearing one of its hoodies as an opportunity to display the brand's integrity - albeit a little passionately.
â€śWe donâ€™t send boxes to Justin Bieber or Rihanna or those fing clowns. The pavement is where the real shit is. Blood and scabs, does it get realer than that?â€ť said Phelps, in an article from HYPEBEAST.
Claiming the pop sensations aren't "real" enough is a pretty polarizing statement, and only time will tell if it'll result in Bieber and Rihanna discontinuing their relationship with the brand's clothes completely.
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