Streetwear – Culture Couture Story
Streetwear – Culture Couture Story – Culture Couture® is an independent streetwear style brand known for its modern designs and high-quality pieces that aim to promote Unapologetic Urban Drip® worldwide.
Bringing you the latest LA womens and mens fashion and urban streetwear to the UK and beyond.
Our unique designs and images across our clothing range are designed in collaboration with our design partners bringing you exclusivity.
No longer just a t-shirt or hoodie, these are unapologetic urban streetwear to reflect your lifestyle. Wearing urban streetwear clothing symbolises your strengths and awareness of life, modern culture and history. Contemporary urban clothing symbolises your strengths and awareness of life, modern culture and history. The influences of Streetwear Culture are Hip Hop and Drill music.
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Supercar Fest – The Runway
Supercar Fest continues to grow as one of the leading dynamic supercar events in the UK with more supercars, more action, better viewing and, of course, the First Point Hypercar Zone.
The Runway event will see top speeds recorded along the 1km straight and displayed on the giant screen in front of the main grandstand situated by the start line. The Bugatti Chiron Supersport 300+ recorded 191mph in 2022…
There is plenty more happening over the two days with unrestricted access to the Supercar Paddock where you can meet the owners and there are also specialist cars added to the mix including race cars and electrics. Over 30 Car Clubs are also in attendance as well as a number of Supercar dealers and manufacturers and be sure to check out the interactive exhibitor stands. And a popular selection of local food trucks will be serving some delicious street food.
Silverstone Auctions are back with their famous ‘May Sale’ in the main hanger with a huge eclectic mix of interesting cars from all eras.
The Venue – Sywell Aerodome
Sywell Aerodrome opened in 1928 as a grass strip for the emerging private aircraft craze. During the 2nd World War it became RAF Sywell and was used for training pilots using Tiger Moths and it also became a repair centre for Wellington bombers. The venue was used for the 1969 film Battle of Britain featuring Michael Caine. In 2007 the venue was granted permission to install a concrete runway which was completed in 2009.