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 Whatthewear is a brand recreated by designers from New York with the sensibility of New York, where modern and street coexist.

The ever-changing streets of New York. WhattheWear's collections tell the story of New York.
New York is home to everything you can imagine, such as the Statue of Liberty, the symbol of the American dream, Morris Heights, the birthplace of hip-hop, and Wall Street, the world's best financial district.
WhattheWear started from these New York street life.
Sometimes straight like a checkerboard, sometimes like a spider web, New York's full of streets and people expressing various cultures and personalities.
Inspired by this diversity, WhattheWear's collections were created through the characteristics of each street in New York.

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