Broken Planet Unveil Cosmic Speed Collection

Harvey Marwood

By Harvey Marwood

Harvey Marwood

9 Aug 2023

Founded in 2020, Broken Planet have risen to the top of the fashion industry in the short space of three years and are without a doubt one of the most talked about clothing brands around today; the sustainable streetwear brand are now set to drop their latest ‘Cosmic Speed Collection’ which will be available on their website on Sunday 13th August at 8pm BST.

Originally launched at their majorly successful London pop up store on the 5th August, the event saw thousands of streetwear enthusiast descend on the capital for an opportunity to get their hands on the drop before the rest of the world. On track to be one of their most highly anticipated drops to date, fans camped overnight to be first in line for the popup with thousands coming through on the day – Broken Planet transformed their Shoreditch high street car park location to a futuristic gas station to debut the collection.

The Cosmic Speed collection features a range of new items with innovative designs, whilst still staying true to the brands iconic graphic heavy designs and unmistakable typography style. In addition to a new selection of designs featuring the ‘Skelly’ motif, the new collection offers ‘Speed of Light’ hoodies and ‘Cosmic Speed T-Shirts’, all inspired by motor racing and the celebration of speed. With a highly anticipated football jersey which features an array of defined detailing on both the front and the back, Broken Planet have also branched out with a range of new products that include a tech jacket, swim shorts and trucker caps.

With a roster of industrial names who have all been spotted being worn by the likes of International names such as Yung Filly, IShowSpeed and Reece James, the brand continues to offer a sustainable alternative to fast fashion through an environmentally conscious manufacturing process, comfortably differentiating themselves and thriving as a force for good in a heavily lucrative industry.

Make sure to check out the new collection available from the Broken Planet website this Sunday 13th August at 8PM BST.