HOMECORE

Founded in Paris in 1994 by Alexandre Guarneri, Homecore has evolved over the years from a streetwear aesthetic to a more casual approach. The garments are designed in Portugal from...
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Founded in Paris in 1994 by Alexandre Guarneri, Homecore has evolved over the years from a streetwear aesthetic to a more casual approach.

The garments are designed in Portugal from eco-friendly fabrics made from high-quality organic cotton and linen. Unlike some brands that inflate prices for quality that leaves much to be desired, Homecore offers products at the right price. 

Tee shirts "Rodger bio tee Sky blue", Shirt, "Tokyo rainbow shirt Multi stripes", Sweat "Terry sweat Parm", Shorts "Chris bio short Navy", Trousers "Jabali twill pant Parm", Jacket "Maji bio jacket Bluejay" and Socks "Alpaga blend Cedar brown" on sale at Graduate.

Homecore's unique identity

Its close relationship with customers makes Homecore one of the best clothing brands in France, offering unwavering style at a fair price. The Rodger cotton scoop-neck T-shirt is particularly popular, as is the elastane gumjo, which is becoming increasingly popular. To offer optimum freedom of movement, some of the creations incorporate cashmere and elastane, all in an eco-friendly fabric made from organic and recycled cotton.

A comprehensive range at an affordable price

Homecore offers a wide range of clothing at affordable prices. Tee shirts, shirts, sweaters, jackets or socks, the brand dresses you from head to toe. Pants and shirts, such as the famous Tokyo shirt in linen or the Pala shirt in organic and recycled cotton, occupy a special place in the Homecore line. And let's not forget the famous Rodger T-shirt, made from organic cotton and adorned with a red stripe. The label skilfully blends French and Japanese (Tokyo) influences, all manufactured with care in Portugal, offering green and eco responsible clothing.

Collection Homecore SS22

Homecore's new SS22 line features a variety of pieces with a unique style. Terry and cotton fabrics are used to create garments that are both comfortable and elegant. Highlights of the collection include the "Jabali" swim shorts and the "Tokyo hans" cotton shirt. The must-have list also includes the "Terry sweat parm" round-neck sweatshirt and the "MKO TEE NAVY" or "Eole navy" 100% cotton t-shirt, both featuring eye-catching patterns.

How to size Homecore?

Whether for shorts, pants or a sweatshirt, the brand offers a range of sizes from XS to XXL, so everyone can find their ideal fit. With so many sizes in our Homecore selection, we'll help you find yours:

  • Favoring a close-fitting cut, Homecore fits normally.
  • For an oversized look at all costs, don't hesitate to size up 1 or 2 sizes.

A line of eco-friendly clothing

Homecore revolves around sustainability and minimalism, encouraging eco-conscious consumption by offering sustainable clothing made from quality materials.

A new line of streetwear in France

In our article "Homecore: A History Of Streetwear In France", we delve into the career of Alexandre Guarneri, as well as his beginnings and close links with the Parisian and international hip-hop scene. With products such as the Rodger T-shirt with the red stripe, Homecore has made a name for itself in France and Europe, offering value-for-money clothing and accessories (socks) with authentic styling.