Vogue, “Hood By Air Fans Might Have the Coolest Street Style Outside of Fashion Week”

Further up in line, just about to cross the threshold, a guy sports a white hoodie decorated with encircled capitol A’s. Asked who designed this anarchist call to arms, he turns around to reveal the back of the garment, which reads Undercover/Supreme. (This symbol has a storied past—long before it decorated hipsters’ physiques, it showed up on the helmets of anarchists fighting in the Spanish Civil War.)

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