The Analysis of RIPNDIP The Menswear Designer Brand

Menswear Designer Brand

RIPNDIP comes from Los Angeles, California, U.S.A., founded by the skater Ryan O’Connor in 2009. Thus, its brand name RIP stands for skate a spot, N for and, and DIP for leave before the cops come, completely presenting its rebellious and humorous spirit. Its middle-finger cat Lord Nermal is deeply loved by the entertainment and fashion industry.

Menswear Designer Brand

You may know nothing about RIPNDIP. But its representative IP, Lord Nermal, must be in a corner somewhere of your memory. Created by the New York illustrator Jayme Lemperle, this aggressive middle-finger cat caught the eyes of fashionistas and medias in no time.

Menswear Designer Brand

With the popularity of tie-dye in recent years, RIPNDIP also applies different kinds of tie-dye in each season to express the brand culture and cool street style. The combination with letter and iconic IP makes the clothes more individualized.

Menswear Designer Brand

Splicing is the must-have design technique of fashion brands. Contrastive colors are spliced to present intensive yet harmonious visual impact and the direct street culture.

Menswear Designer Brand

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