The UK street wear scene is fed up. Sales are down, shops are shutting and they are generally feeling hard done by... But they aren't going to take it lying down. Some of the UK's best 'Young Gun' brands are rallying together in an attempt to do something about the slump and, in conjunction with Nike, they have given birth to Reset. A fantastic initiative that brings together the influence of Nike with the floundering mid-recession street wear industry [brands such as Trapstar, Second Son and A.IN.T are amongst the ten involved], Nike has offered an opportunity for UK street wear to be showcased in grandeur settings - the 1948 store on Batemans Row a fitting home for the urban mix of clothing that shall set up shop over the 2nd and 3rd of May. By bringing together fledgling and more established brands alike, it offers both excellent exposure and an opportunity to buck the current credit crunch blues. With exclusive deadstock items and exclusives only available at the event, Reset is working towards instilling a new, reinvigorated energy back into the industry and good luck to them. I'm 100% behind all brands involved, and it will be one of the events of the year, so make sure that you all get down to the store - it will be well worth the trip, no doubt.