Class, the pioneer in representing the Brazilian culture

November 9, 2020
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November 9, 2020





Founded in 2014, Class emerges in Santo André as an independent brand that unites tailoring fabrics and exclusive modeling in the manufacture of handmade hats. Made one by one by the owners Rafaela Sayuri and Eric Cesar, the first hats were developed by hand especially for the Brazilian skateboarder’s lifestyle, which demanded a resistant product suitable for the hot climate.

Today, with 6 years of history and presence all over Brazil, Class is recognized in the streetwear market as the pioneer in presenting the Brazilian culture as its main reference, blending in its collections luxury sportswear and tailoring.





For Class’ latest collection, they were inspired by the sportswear from before the 2000s. A part of the collection is designated as "Prime Line” item, which refers to classics like baggy jeans & caps. The new collection of Class will be available from the 10th of November.











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