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The epicenter of SF's urban street wear movement has fast become the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood. We've got True at 1514 Haight, where Usher was spotted recently, Pink Dolphin moved in last fall, Diamond Supply Co. is coming soon, the newest street wear neighbor will be Fresh Apparel, Hoodline reports. The brand stocks t-shirts, outerwear, and hats that showcase San Francisco love. There are also rumblings that San Jose-based street wear brand Cukui has plans to move in a couple blocks down at 1439 Haight. Is it an over-saturation of the market or plain old business savvy? It's a study for the econ majors looking for a final thesis.
· Fresh Apparel Prepares to Move into Former Bang-On Storefront [Hoodline]
· Dudes Camp Out for Fashion: Pink Dolphin's New Store Opening [Racked SF]
· Usher Shopped at True Clothing in the Haight on Friday [Racked SF]