Year Zero / Carnaby Street

£££ · Men, Women
Clothing Indie

Set in London’s alternative Soho Fashion scene behind London’s iconic Carnaby Street, Year Zero is a truly unique fashion brand for a sensational and controversial style statement. Year Zero specialise in unconventional clothes, from punk inspired vinyl harem trousers, candy tie dye skull tees to distressed leatherette 3-D floral embroidered mesh sweaters. Greeted by Year Zero’s resident pooch, immerse yourself in Year Zero crazy creative inspirational world of the extraordinary and the impossible. Year Zero is a cult brand amongst celebrities, known as the destination for New pop and urban styles, synonymous with absolute eccentricity, halfway between fashion and music.

Year Zero’s experimental designs featuring UV effect prints, glitter applications, chains, Swarovski crystals and metallic jacquard motifs are all handmade in store with the range quickly changing every two weeks. Year Zero is a destination for discovering unique, one off pieces with a bang.

A Year Zero ‘Dead Mickey’ Hoodie costs £495 and a Year Zero ‘Escape into Bondage’ racer back vest costs £45.

WeLikeShopping Tip: Year Zero are well known for their highly inventive customisation of luxury leather bags from top designers such as Chanel, Hermes and Louis Vuitton that are turned into pop artworks featuring wild patterns, graffiti and ironic slogans.

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10/10 based on 2 customer reviews

Miyu Ishii
Occasional Shopper
Year Zero is an incredibly creative fashion store for men and women. The style is very unique and different, which I love but it certainly isn't for people who are wallflowers or are afraid of bold fashion. Unfortunately, it's very expensive, so it's a bit out of my price range but I do like to come here and window shop!
Tod Howlitson
Occasional Shopper
Year Zero sells very unique, very cool clothes. It has a street style vibe with colourful prints and graphic t-shirts, but it's also stylish and trendy unlike a lot of street wear that you come across. All the clothes are handmade, so it can be expensive but they have good sales where you can get huge discounts so I suggest keeping an eye out for them if you like their designs.

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