Delivery Hells is an up-and-coming street apparel brand out of Japan who’ve really begun to find their footing this year. They’re definitely still operating within the realms of indie and underground street fashion in Japan, but their steadily releasing pieces and getting their clothing in a number of boutiques with much promise. In the last couple weeks, they’ve uploaded a whole slew of new clothing to their Instagram. Lots of mostly black and white pieces in their subtle but deadly AW2019 collection; let’s peek those below:
Unfortunately, high-quality images of most of Delivery Hells AW2019 collection haven’t been uploaded outside Instagram, so we can only share our favorites and direct you to their ‘gram if you want to see the rest. The above hoodie, which might be priced around 14,000 yen going by similar prices for other hoodies on their site, is one of my favorite. I personally find the lack of sleeve text on this one refreshing and the image is small but captivating enough that’s it’s going to make people take a second look.
On the whole, Delivery Hells is a little less over the top than some of their competitors. Their AW2019 collection really is for people that want to dress well without loudly saying they want to dress well. A couple of their pieces definitely are louder, like the big red rose print with the Kanji down the arms, and the brand does a good job there too. I’d say those pieces in particular skew a little younger. Many of their hoodies, crewnecks, and long sleeves I think would look good on those well into their 30s and 40s, or at least I’m telling myself that because I’m getting there.
The Delivery Hell AW2019 collection can be viewed in its entirety here.