This post originally appeared on Northeastern Global News. It was published by Alena Kuzub.

Stylistically, this startup unisex streetwear brand embraces the idea of global nomads who travel light.

Many streetwear brands represent locality, where they are from, or certain subcultures like skating or surfing. But Foreign Resource—a startup developed by third-year Northeastern University students Robert Yang and Matias Belete—manifests something invisible, metaphysical—the third culture.

“It's this cultural identity that is distinct and separate from a geographic location,” says Yang, who grew up in the Queens borough of New York City. “It represents independence once you gain perspective and the idea of accepting different cultures and being able to appreciate the diversity throughout the globe.”

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