Bursting with raw urban energy, the up-and-coming Chinese brand HAMC.US is about surviving in the concrete jungle. Its overdyed, oversized items are made from sturdy materials – thick cotton, heavy canvas and denim – and feature utilitarian details inspired by military clothing: extra-large pockets that double up as bags, clever strap and tape details allowing to adjust the fit, shoulder slings, and so on. A lot of the items are reversible, which adds to their functionality and wearability.
The odd frayed edge you might find on some items is far from suggesting fragility: the HAMC.US vibe is robust, even cocky. The backstreet warrior aesthetic pays homage to the early collections by Julius – a brand that HAMC.US founder greatly admires.
(Therefore, HAMC,US silhouettes and detailing might be especially appealing to loyal Julius_7 fans or seekers of previous Julius_7 iconic pieces, including Multi-pocket 3-dimensional Cargo-pants and shorts, oversized and tailored t-shirts with prints, hooded tees and jackets - all signature elements of post-industrial urban aesthetic, which Julius was famous and beloved for)