A progressive extension of Huf’s Men’s line, Fall ‘19 reinterprets key seasonal styles across a range of contemporary feminine silhouettes.
Like hip-hop culture and other forms of rebellion, military-inspired apparel is well suited to the themes of struggle and features heavily in Huf’s collections.
HUF's story began in New York in 1980s, when graffiti artist Keith Hufnagel would skate around the city tagging 'HUFONE'.
Driven by his passion for skateboarding, Keith relocated to San Fransisco in 1992.
He soon turned professional with the opportunity to travel the world funded by skateboarding sponsors.
Wanting to give back to the industry that supported him, Hufgnagel opened a small boutique on an offbeat block of San Francisco's Tenderloin District.
The vision of the small store was to bring together skateboarding, streetwear, and sneaker culture under the one roof.
This small boutique the shop named HUF quickly became the Bay Area's cornucopia of difficult to find goods.
The Fall ‘19 Women’s Collection includes some classic utility and military-inspired items including camouflage pants, a fishtail parka jacket, boilersuit and cargos.
Check out more highlights from the Women’s Collection below.
Fall ‘19 Women’s Collection drops today online and in-store.