Which is better: high fashion or street fashion?Looking around my room, I see HUF, Quiet Life, and similar gear everywhere, but also a cordorouy blazer and a leather bomber jacker hanging next to a puffy HUF vest and a HUF letter jacket.
A Quiet Life green "Aztec" pattern 5panel cap with earflaps, right next to a pair of Tom Ford "Henry" sunglasses, in Black/Rose Gold.
DIY electronic audio gear on one side, and studio gear on the other.
The only way to do anything is to do it fully.
"What a man can be, he must be."
I'd also like to point out that the two are barely different in 2015. We've seen rappers on the catwalk, popular music is full of fashion that mixes street with "higher" fashion. Just look at practically everything Givenchy has released for the last few years, and then go to karmaloop.com or mltd.com and you'll be able to find a copy of it.
As fashion ius getting more and more popular in youth culture, mostly due to the internet and music, the line between what's "Street" and what's "High' fashion is getting more and more blurry.
EDIT: I got dressed and realized that some of my "Streetwear" was just as expensive as my "High Fashion" garments. Take a look at Black Scale, 10 Deep, and HUF and some similar brands, you'll easily see $100+ pants, shirts, sweatshirts, jackets, hoodies, even $250-300+ jackets and bags. Hell, Black Scale offers a $1200 jacket. Fashion always comes from the streets, and it seems that now we have a back-and-forth play with the "high fashion" and "streetwear" camps.
It's definitely interesting, and in the end it renders the two (mostly) equal.