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Hiro Clark: Where Fashion Meets Rebellion in the City of Angels.

In the heart of much fabled about Los Angeles, where the sunsets are legendary and dreams are both broken and born anew, a subversive fashion revolution is quietly underway. Hiro Clark, a men's t-shirt and sweats clothing brand like no other, has emerged as a symbol of rebellion and individualism in a city known for its glitz, artifice and glamour.


From Underwear to Icon: The Hiro Clark Journey


It is remarkable how a humble garment like underwear can evolve into a symbol of rebellion and style. Enter Andy Salzer, the former designer of New York-based men's wear label Yoko Devereaux, who decided to infuse Los Angeles' moody underbelly into the city's fashion scene.

Less Technicolor, More Black and White


At the helm of Hiro Clark, founder Andy Salzer is rewriting the rules of graphic tees. We are not talking your run-of-the-mill t-shirts; but high-quality, uniform classics infused with the spirit of Old Hollywood rebellion. With phrases like "Daddy," "The Talent," and "Cult Leader" etched onto these tees, they exude an edgy, gritty charm that is both open to interpretation as well as sending a clear message to the initiated. And it doesn't stop at t-shirts; Hiro Clark's collection includes sweatshirts, sweatpants, and no-sleeve hoodies, perfect for those who crave modern staples with a rebellious twist reflected by drawing on a more dramatic black and white aesthetic.


A Palette of Neutrals with a Splash of Colour


Salzer's journey into fashion was inspired by the power of t-shirts as a canvas for self-expression. He saw t-shirts as a way to communicate who you are and what you believe in, a concept that resonated deeply.


While the core collection primarily features neutral tones prioritizing comfort and practicality, Hiro Clark is not afraid to add a dash of boldness. From daring hot pink tees to super bloom orange tracksuits, there is something for everyone in this rebellion-inspired wardrobe.


The Impact of Los Angeles


Los Angeles has left an indelible mark on Hiro Clark. The city's eclectic mix of culture and art has fuelled the creation of the brand's DNA, which is essentially a sphere where outsiders come to redefine themselves and where creativity knows no bounds. This rebellious undercurrent is reflected in each and every of Hiro Clark’s eclectic creation.

The Perfect Fit


What sets Hiro Clark t-shirts apart? Essentially, it is all about the fit. They are designed for the modern man, offering comfort without compromising on style. Unlike many fashion brands that prioritize a skinny fit, Hiro Clark embraces a more relaxed, everyday style that effortlessly transitions from casual to chic.


Curated collaborations


What we love about Hiro Clark is its meticulous approach to curating collaborations and

thrilling capsule collections. Underpinned by the believe that collaborations should be more than just a fashion statement; they are a gateway to introducing the brand to a whole new audience beyond its usual circle and a dynamic avenue to cast a wider net to ignite the imagination of fresh attention.


Via its collaborations, Hiro Clark effortlessly and subversively manages to breathe new life into the brand's offerings, making them even consistently captivating and innovative.

No matter if it is via its on-going collaborations with e.g. Ace Hotel, the luxury gym brand Equinox and David Zwirner Gallery or by giving birth to the now much sought after Le Labo infused T-shirt, a masterpiece that merges fashion and fragrance, or introducing the Palo Santo tee, a t-shirt infused with the sacred essence of Palo Santo, ceremoniously smoked over a cleansing fire.


Given that Hiro Clark is all about LA, it should not be further wondrous that one particular limited edition drop of shirts took a dip in the iconic pool at the Chateau Marmont.


What Lies Ahead


In the City of Angels, plans are often replaced by spontaneity and the thrill of the unknown. Hiro Clark's future is no exception. Rather than rushing forward, the brand is focused on doing one thing exceptionally well. As Hiro Clark continues to make waves in the fashion world, one thing is certain: it's a rebellion worth joining.


So, if you are ready to embrace comfort, style, and a dash of rebellion—look no further than Hiro Clark as it offers a tad more than just clothing; it is a subtle statement of individualism and we will definitely make a point of visiting Hiro Clark’s recently opened storefront LA next time we hold court in California.


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Words by AW.

Photos courtesy of Hiro Clark.



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