The Come Up: 3 Brands You’ll Be Seeing More Of This Fall


It’s time to start getting your fall wardrobe ready.

Sure, we’ve still got a decent chunk of summer in front of us … but the start of school is drawing closer and closer, and it’ll be upon us before you know it. You’ll always see an influx of new clothing in the fall, and you might have an opportunity to get acquainted with a brand you’re not terribly familiar with.

We always do our best to spot trends in the Twin Cities, and there are three brands that we really think you’ll be seeing more of this fall. Just remember who called it when you see it.

Rare Panther


Rare Panther makes some of the best tees and dad hats you’ll find anywhere, and although they’ve developed a cult following, you don’t really see a ton of their gear in the Twin Cities. We’ve got a gut feeling that they’re going to catch on soon however, especially since the dad hat (one of their specialties) doesn’t seem to be going anywhere any time soon.



If you’re looking for a brand that’s a little more refined and grown up but still shows a slight streetwear influence, Noah is right up your alley. Founded by Brendon Babenzien, former creative director of Supreme, Noah draws influence from a wide scope of things, from skate culture to the military. There’s a good chance you’ll be seeing a few of their tees and hoodies around town this fall.



Love graphic tees? Fan of The Hundreds? Then you’ll probably like CLSC as well. A Los Angeles brand with close ties to several major players in the scene, they’re still growing and evolving, but have managed to develop a style all their own in only a few short years … and their prices are reasonable too. Keep an eye out for their clever logos this fall.


What brands do you think will be popular around the Twin Cities this fall? Do you rock any of the brands in this article already? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter, check our Facebook page for daily updates, and, as always, be sure to follow us on Instagram for all the fire sneaker pictures you can handle.


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