Neon Aeon That’s So Ramen collection

This emerging New York Unisex street wear label was born out of a passion for colourfully kitsch 80s prints. Their latest collection, That’s So Ramen, is based on their affinity with Japan. Konichiwa.

Neon Aeon kicks ass. The unisex, Brooklyn based label makes fun streetwear that will have you wanting to roll down your windows and cruise in your low-rider like a boss (Salt ‘N Pepper booming from your speakers too, of course). 

Born out of a passion for colourfully kitsch ’80s prints, the label prides itself on creating super fun threads in relaxed cuts for both men and women. Their latest collection, That’s So Ramen is based on their affinity for all things Japanese.

Aside from making you wish you could pull off bling-tastic gold hoops without irony, the women’s range in this collection is full of shirts, cropped tees shorts and book bags featuring roboto, oragami paper crane and ramen dish digital prints. There are also statement tees and caps along with some faux leather gear too. All of which will have you lookin’ pretty damn fly. 

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