Sabit, which is the Japanese term for "the best part of a song" or "the hook," is a premium Japanese street wear collection.
Designer Shoichi Amemiya, previously the director of outerwear at Ecko, launched Sabit in 2006.
In the first season, MR magazine dubbed the brand as "Editor's Best of Fall 06," describing it as "Japanese super cool style in reworked vintage pieces, with great detail."
The collection, including high quality selvedge denim, graphic tees and unique outerwear, was launched at the Project Las Vegas trade show.
The brand is on fire right now, with countless celebs rocking it on the streets and in their videos.
T.I. in a Sabit shirt
Kid Cudi in a Sabit hoodie
Chris Brown wearing a Sabit jacket in the "Freeze" video
Lil Wayne in a Sabit hat