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  • OCTOPUS

    OCTOPUS

  • OCTOPUS

    OCTOPUS

OCTOPUS

Octopus logo

Born in 2012 from the collaboration between Iuter and the Italian street brand VNGRD, that has introduced this particular graphic in its 2005 collection, Octopus brand went back to the original print sketched by the designer Giorgio Di Salvo, becoming a real cult phenomenon into Italian street culture. Always new colorways, high-quality materials and and an amazing care to details made the difference and now octopus graphics are sheer must-haves: this emerging label maintains a 100% Made in Italy production, achieving a resounding success with its nerve and its immediate attitude. Octopus T-shirts and sweat have gone even beyond the Milano-based scenery relying on its relaxed and carefree mood, based on cheeky prints and bright shades: tentacles tees are now a benchmark for every young label striving for success. Read more…
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helped by music stars like Marracash, Gue Pequeno, Sfera Ebbasta and Rocco Hunt, the Octopus logo has gone from an underground to a massive sensation, always on top with seasonal new arrivals worthy of its street credibility. Octopus Milano is not used to following trends, but to creating new ones: tees, caps, accessories and awesome Octopus sweatshirts are the key for a flawless street look, avoiding the temporary fashion frenzy to focus on a personal and durable style. The CNC T-shirt still remains one of the most beloved models, just like camo tees with contrasting writings: you can find hoodies or crewnecks, black & white matches or something more colorful. Pick your style, you've got thousands of different combination to beef up your wardrobe and show off one different octopus per day: stop waiting, hit Graffitishop and join the Octopus gang!
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