AW23 - The busiest month of sales yet for Urban Creative Clothing

Urban Creative Clothing's latest Autumn/Winter '23 drop has set a new benchmark for the brand, achieving the busiest month of sales ever to date.  

In mid October we began teasing a couple of the new designs, predominantly the addition of 'London' to our CREATE. hoody design and our brand new Creative Wormhole design and it was clear these would be well received from the comments and interaction on our social media. We have always wanted to merge streetwear with identity-led design and believe the sales reflect us achieving that with AW23.

AW23 has seen the addition of several brand new products to the UC store. We wanted to provide garments that are relevant to the season, and therefore introduced 3 jackets into the collection which we have documented in our drop highlights below.

Key highlights of AW23:

  1. Revolutionary Designs: The Creative Wormhole backprint has proved a firm favourite. Every creative sometimes falls down a wormhole with their creativity and our long and short sleeve T shirts with this design have flown.

  2. Sustainability at its Core: Urban Creative Clothing continued its dedication to sustainability by incorporating eco-friendly materials and ethical manufacturing practices.

  3. New Products: Windbreakers, Section Jackets and Puffer jackets. Clothing for the creative season.  Our jackets have been a hit with our customers, demonstrating that they want more than just the standard streetwear offerings of hoodies and T shirts.

  4. New colourways:  AW23 has included faded heavy T shirts in black and indigo blue.  We have also added cypress green to our heavy T shirt range and Ecru and Indigo to our long sleeve T shirt range.

The response from customers has been a little overwhelming but inspired us to already get cracking on the next designs.  Fashion with identity is what we are here to provide.  If you haven't already go check out the AW23 collection from Urban Creative Clothing on 

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