We've been spotting a few RHUDE wear recently so we thought we'd round up a few of our favorite looks the stars have been wearing. RHUDE is a fashion line by Fil-Am designer Rhuigi Villaseñor who's collaborated with Zara, McLaren, and Instand Brands like Pyrex. You can basically get anything from attire, kitchen appliances to cooking-related materials. However, with summer out and about, we've been seeing everyone from actors to athletes, and your favorite influencers wearing something RHUDE.
Check out who's wearing what from various collections:
1. Daniel Kaluuya who's been promoting his new film, NOPE with Jordan Peele stopped by LeBron James' The Shop series in his RHUDE Palm Logo Colorblock Flight Jacket.
2. Formula 1 McLaren driver, Daniel Ricciardo sports the RHUDE Logo shorts at the upcoming France Grand Prix.
3. NFL cornerback, Siran Neal for the Buffalo Bills stays comfy in his RHUDE NASCAR graphic tee during a closed practice.
5. With the RHUDE Paris Fashion Week showcase just last month, many athletes from the NBA showed up and strutted in individual gear from Karl-Anthony Towns, Jalen Brown, and Fil-Am Jordan Clarkson. Check out the Spring Summer 2023 collection, "New Money" below!
Cover Photo Credit: Rhuigi Villaseñor Instagram
The RHU line where Fil-Am designer Rhuigi Villaseñor collaborates with Zara to redesign the human uniform. This new menswear label, Redesigning Human Uniform (RHU) is a take on post-athleisure and streetwear era where the clothes reflect individual personality while still being functional and comfortable.
Vogue shares that two key items of the line are leggings and nylon button-down. RHU in a way mirrors Villaseñor's jet-setting lifestyle where he can be as comfortable dressing to the tens as he is in wearing his Rhude clothing at events. The more affordable line shows that good design doesn't have to be expensive.
The inspiration for the line comes from wanting to carry on the spirit of Rhude for younger audiences who want the look of luxury without breaking the bank. “When I started Rhude, a lot of it was coming from a yearning for luxury,” he says, “but prices are up, inflation is up. How can the kids shop? This collection is not only about escapism—it’s really making sure they are still a part of something special. I want to offer something that could feel as if it speaks the same language as what Rhude is doing or what I’m doing next with Bally but at a price point more customers can afford.”
Just like its brother brand Rhude, RHU is more than its clothes, it's a lifestyle. Check out the line and find your identity from its jackets to graphic tees, hats, and footwear all catered to creating a new uniform.
Cover Photo Credit: Rhuigi Instagram
Bally, one of the oldest luxury fashion houses globally, has just appointed luxury lifestyle and streetwear brand founder of RHUDE, Rhuigi Villaseñor, as their new Creative Director. The Switzerland Born fashion house made the recent announcement on Instagram and to the press.
CEO of Bally, Nicolas Girotto shared his excitement about Rhuigi joining the team stating they found the right champion in Rhuigi.
"Having found the right champion in Rhuigi, we are ready to move Bally to the next level…[his] deep understanding of Bally’s history coupled with a distinct appreciation of the Swiss lifestyle will be instrumental in ushering the brand into the future.”
Villaseñor also shared his sentiments, mentioning that he is proud to be appointed as Creative Director. The brand is near and dear to his heart as his family has been wearing the brand from generation to generation. From his grandfather to himself, Bally has been a staple in his family. He also mentions his admiration of the Swiss approach to luxury.
We will be able to see Rhuigi's first pieces of work for the brand with their Spring/Summer 2023 collection.
Cover Photo Courtesy of Rhuigi Villaseñor Instagram
Two Fil-Am designer and fashion influencers make HYPEBEAST' 2021 HB100 List. This year, Rhuigi Villasenor founder of RHUDE and stylist Aleali May are included for their creative contributions within fashion. To be recognized by a leading platform for fashion and streetwear is a huge win for them. RHUDE has become a fashion staple amongst Hollywood from artists to athletes, and actors while Aleali May has also been styling some of the biggest names while also shaping the female sneaker culture.
This year, both designers paid tribute to their Filipino roots. Rhuigi partnered with Instant Brand for the "Late Summer" lifestyle collection that was inspired by his mother who taught him how to cook and enjoy life. All of the items are reimagined products that include Corelle plates, customized chef's knife and various accessories. Cooking was a prevalent activity in his household that Rhuigi wanted to stay true to Southeast Asian prints.
Every design in the unique collection is a blend of his roots and the recognizable bandana print that helped heighten the brand. HYPEBEAST mentions how Villaseñor’s world of high-priced streetwear knows how to serve up cool, infusing elements of art, travel and sport into his very LA-inspired clothing.
As for Aleali May, what hasn't she done yet? She just released her Barbie doll that was inspired by her favorite fashion week look while also dominating in the sneaker game alongside with the Jordan brand. She looks to continue finding ways to empower women and communities in a male-dominant industry.
One of her most recent drops was the Jordan Brand's "Fortune" collection where Aleali paid homage to the influencer's Filipino and Black heritage. It's basically a reimagining of the AJ14 with a jade flare. The design was inspired by her grandmothers. The jade outline on the sneakers is a nod to first piece of jewelry she was given by her grandmothers which were jade pieces.
Check out each of their full profiles on HYPEBEAST!
Cover Photo Credit: Rhuigi Villasenor Twitter