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Been too busy to check out New In recently? Don't worry – we’ve picked out three epic new drops to introduce you to right here... They’re the brands we’ve been waiting to get our hands on for months, and the ones you’re def not gonna want to miss, from emerging talents to streetwear mainstays. Yep if you're searching for something fresh for your autumn line-up, check out the below and save yourself the scrollin’...
A model wearing Arcminute | ASOS Style Feed

Arcminute vertical logo t-shirt in teal

If you’ve not yet discovered Arcminute, it’s about time you got familiar. Founded by Ghana-born, London-raised designer Alexandra Cipriani, it's the streetwear label inspired by all four corners of the globe 🌍 Even better, it helps communities, creatives and the planet along the way with its Arcminute Foundation. In the latest collection, you'll find techy gilets, logo tees and loud graphics, plus a laidback colour palette of cream, teal and black. 
A model wearing The Hundreds |ASOS Style Feed

The Hundreds blitz hoodie in black

The Hundreds
The Hundreds is a one-of-a-kind brand has its roots firmly grounded in California – inspired by LA’s street culture, skateboarding 🛹, hip-hop and punk, it’s considered a lifestyle project as well as a streetwear label. As for the latest drop? It's full of that sweet West Coast drip, from loud gram-ready co-ords and graphic tees to colour-blocked windbreakers for chilly temps. 
A model wearing Parlez | ASOS Style Feed

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Parlez Bowline half-zip embroidered sweat in grey

If preppy steeze is more your thing, Parlez is one to check out. Launching back in 2012, it’s become the go-to destination for clean cuts and stripped-back staples. IOW, it’s all about your go-to hoodies, sweats and tees, all with signature logos, nautical vibes and unexpected colour combos thrown in the mix. Expect striped tees, cool fleeces and loads more wavy looks.