Generally quality is pretty high IME. The slimmer fit stuff that UM carries has a nice cut. The other mainline stuff is cut pretty big and boxy (and short in the arms/body too).
When it's on sale, it's an excellent value.
I'm making the move next year. Streetstyle in Brisbane is mostly non-existant beyond the Asian students in CDG play converse.
Only once have I had someone recognise something I've worn. They were just passing through town.
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they're wearing it for the logo because it supposedly makes them part of the cool kids crowd. I hate to generalize, but here in nyc that's how a lot of the mainstream asian kids are; they're all hypebeast. They feel a very strong desire to fit in, and be with what is considered cool, and simply trick them selves into liking such things.
First it was nike air force 1's, dunks, and retro jordans, then north face jackets, then nike sack packs, Ecko, sean john, and phat farm apparel, then KidRobot apparel, then the fauxhawk, and bieber haircut, then the mohawk, then skater brands like Vans, then Supreme t-shirts, and obey snapbacks, then Superdry jackets, then Herschel Supply Co. backpacks, and I guess this is the next thing...