Aerosoul

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Aerosoul Ltd. is a London based streetwear clothing company, most widely known for their Junglist Movement clothing line.

History[edit]

The company was founded in 1998 by Leke Adesoye, a graduate of the London College of Fashion. Taking inspiration from musical genres such as Drum and bass and Hip hop, Aerosoul's range of streetwear quickly grew in popularity in the London club scene, and gained interest from a wider audience thanks to an appearance in the cult 1999 film Human Traffic.

This appearance greatly increased popularity of the Junglist Movement design, which allowed the company to begin working with and endorsing successful UK musicians such as Omar Lye-Fook and Roots Manuva. It also allowed Adesoye to launch Soulero Sista, a woman's clothing line which runs alongside Aerosoul.

Other Media[edit]

Aerosoul clothing has featured in the 1999 film Human Traffic, as well as in Channel 4's teen drama Skins (UK TV series).

http://www.aerosoul.co.uk

http://www.junglist-movement.com