A-Z of Urban Clothing Retailers

From the national chains to small independent stores, there is more than just online websites available for your favourite Urban Clothing Retailers. But both can be hard to find so we thought we’d collate a list of fast fashion retailers of urban wear clothes and streetwear brands.

Please note it is difficult to keep up to date with streetwear retailers that close, rename or move. This is intended to help you find fashion stockists and you should always check they are still trading. Urban Celebrity has recently ceased trading for an example, and the local high streets have been decimated. Clothing retailers in particular have struggled in 2020 and 2021.

This list is also useful if you are aiming to be stocked in a retailer as a clothing brand owner. We advise you read our post on how retailers choose brands before making contact if you are a clothing brand wanting to be stocked. If you are a consumer looking to buy the best streetwear brands, we aim to deliver in this fashion retailers list.

urban clothing retailers

We have not separated out between womenswear and menswear, as most clothing retailers stock both. Also most of these stock the big fashion brands so your favourite streetwear clothing label might not be stocked here.


Urban Clothing Retailers list

Retailer Name Website
Asos asos.com
Boohoo boohoo.com
DV8 dv8fashion.com
Footaslyum footasylum.com
JD Sports jdsports.co.uk
Lost Rockstar lostrockstar.co.uk
Milano Couture mconline.co.uk
Online Attire onlineattire.com
Thomas Gun thomasgun.com
Reem Clothing reemclothing.com
Slam Jam SlamJam.com
Street Secret streetsecret.co.uk
Urban Celebrity closed
Urban Excess urbanexcess.com
Urban Industry urbaninustry.co.uk
Urban Outfitters urbanoutfitters.com


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    There are other online urban clothing stores of course, and it seems redundant to list every single one that doesn’t suit our focus.


    What is Urban clothing?

    Urban just means related to towns and cities, so urban culture and clothing are just associated with the youth in inner-city populated areas. The apparel style can vary across different countries and municipalities, from the American ghetto to the streets of Japan.

    Urban clothing and streetwear are more casual and associated with jeans, t-shirts, tracksuits, shorts, sneakers and caps. It’s often heavily associated with skate parks and surfing culture and the hip hop scene.

    In the UK there is a heavy cross over with sports and athleisure clothing. The design intention was always stylish enough for the gym or bar. The trendsetting brands often were successful based on one pioneering product that was in high-demand, for example, the Sik Silks baseball jersey and Hera London’s skinny jeans. Luxury sportswear is popular with Generation Z as they always want to look good even in the Gym, pushed by the pressure of social media.

    In Britain especially, Reality TV played a big part in showcasing streetwear to the masses. Shows like Geordie Shore, Made in Chelsea, and The Only Way is Essex were highly popular in the youth demographic, with the stars becoming social influencers with huge Instagram followings. Successful fashion brands used social media to increase their brand awareness, which was a powerful marketing tool.

    What is an Urban clothing store?

    These are either physical stores or online shops. Internet shopping has enabled consumers to buy from retailers worldwide to find that unique trend and style. Of the back of the bedroom brand success, high-street stores started to produce their own streetwear brands or urban styles to cater to the youth market, such as Footasylum’s Kings Will Dream clothing brand.

    Urban clothing stores are a great place to go if you’re searching for the latest in fashion. They typically carry clothes that can be worn both casually and formally, though some stores sell only streetwear.



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    Chloé Safilo
    Chloé is our resident Fast Fashion Expert for the UK Urban and Streetwear scene. Her eyes have been constantly glued to social media for the last five years giving her an insight that is unrivalled. In her spare time she likes shopping and lying in the sunshine. Each year makes a pilgrimage to Ibiza. Chloe lives in London where she has recently completed her journalism degree at the University of Roehampton. She lives in Putney with her boyfriend Christian, and their French Bulldog Coco.