It seems like all of the best pairs of shorts are coming out of New York City. Over the last few years, Eric Emanuel’s EE Basic Shorts have become some of the most desirable summer-ready bottoms on the market. But more recently, another brand out of New York City has started selling their own flavor of mesh shorts. Bravest Studios, a brand that’s relatively new, already boasts collaborations with both Kanye West and the estate of Pop Smoke. They’re the latest brand on the streetwear scene to deliver consistently sold out patterned and printed mesh shorts. The Bravest Studios Paisley Shorts are one of the brand’s most popular designs and this week’s StockX Pick of the Week.
Bravest Studios has risen to widespread popularity in the world of streetwear relatively quickly. In the last year alone, the Brooklyn-based apparel brand has delivered collaborative apparel for Kanye West and Netflix’s Jeen-Yuhs documentary series, released a full collection, and collaborated with Pop Smoke’s estate. Beyond those collaborations, the brand has found their bread and butter with high quality, printed mesh shorts. Similar to those of Eric Emanuel, Bravest Studios’ popular shorts feature all kinds of different printed patterns, ranging from camouflage and paisley, to Statue of Liberty and X-ray prints.
The Bravest Studios Paisley Shorts have been one of their most popular patterns on StockX, according to our data. Released in six different colorways, the shorts feature an all-over print of the popular bandana-like paisley pattern. Like the rest of the summer-ready bottoms from the brand, the Paisley Shorts feature an elastic waistband with a drawstring cord at the waist for tightening if necessary.
For those looking to jump on the bandwagon of the next big streetwear brand, Bravest Studios could be a pretty safe bet. Their releases, particularly the shorts and collaborations, nearly always sell out and the resale premiums on StockX are healthy, regularly averaging over 50%. The brand’s collaborative star power is also unlikely to fade. After collaborating with some of the biggest names in hip-hop and delivering several highly-praised collections, it seems likely that Bravest Studios is here to stay.
If the paisley pattern isn’t quite for you, most of Bravest Studios’ other pairs of shorts are also available on StockX. Like other brands in the space, Bravest Studios also offers a few colorways of their shorts without patterns and they’re relatively affordable, retailing at a price of $64. They also have patterns that nod to streetwear’s past history of bootlegs, drawing inspiration from Basquiat paintings and flipping popular logos like the Porsche Crest. Additionally, the brand’s next release takes place tomorrow, July 1st, and will likely feature new pairs of shorts as well as possible restocks of older pairs.
Buy & Sell the Bravest Studios Paisley Shorts on StockX below.