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Rapper LL Cool J wore a Kangol hat back in the s, when few Americans knew anything about the European hat maker, but its association with hip hop would invigorate the brand. Black nationalism was increasingly influential in rap during the late s, and fashions and hairstyles reflected traditional African influences.
Bright colors, large pants and headwear were the elements, which inspired the style of dressing in the early 90's. His character is always seen dressed in bright colorful garments, throwback jerseys and a baseball cap. Baggy pants paired with a crop top or a sports bra and occasionally a big flannel was one of their many iconic looks. This was to show their own version of femininity, and to express that everything does not have to be form-fitting and tight in order to be sexy.
Cross Colors is known to be the very first streetwear brand and hip-hop movement, which was established in The company's theory was aimed specifically to the black youth. They used their clothing to voice out political and social issues the black community faced being the minority. Currently, the brand seeks unity, equality and empowerment to the new generation. Kris Kross established the fad of wearing clothes backwards. Kwamé sparked a brief trend of polka-dot clothing.
In , Nike collaborated with Michael Jordan to create the well-known basketball shoes, the Air Jordans. To date, Air Jordans are still widely worn by basketball players, and with Nike releasing retro versions from time to time, which sell out globally within minutes of the release date.
Adidas also had big impact in streets with RUN-D. Gangsta rap pioneers N. A popularized an early form of street style in the late s from the African American gangs and hustler cliques who were there mimicking cholo fashion. These jackets were also a popular trend in their own right in the late s and early s. They became something of a status symbol, with incidents of robberies of the jackets reported in the media. Hip hop fashion in this period also influenced high fashion designs.
In the late s, Isaac Mizrahi , inspired by his elevator operator who wore a heavy gold chain, showed a collection deeply influenced by hip hop fashion. In one, models wore black leather jackets and piles of gold chains. On the East Coast, members of the hip hop community looked back to the gangsters of the s and s for inspiration. Many rappers set aside gang-inspired clothing in favor of classic gangster fashions such as bowler hats ,  double-breasted suits,  silk shirts,  and alligator -skin shoes "gators".
They were particularly known for their baggy clothing, symbolising a hand-me-down from an older relative with a bigger build, as a sign of toughness. On the East Coast , " ghetto fabulous " fashion a term coined by Sean Combs was on the rise. Artists like TLC, the late Aaliyah and so on were commonly seen in events dressed in it.
Karl Kani was another influential designer who merged hip hop with fashion. Sports jerseys have always been popular in hip hop fashion, as evidenced by Will Smith 's early s video " Summertime ", and Spike Lee wearing a throwback Brooklyn Dodgers jersey in the film Do the Right Thing. The late s saw the rise in popularity of very expensive throwbacks, often costing hundreds of dollars.
Hip hop artists donning the pricey jerseys in music videos led to increased demand, and led to the rise of counterfeiters flooding the market with fake jerseys to capitalize on the craze. The mid-to-late s saw a decrease in popularity of throwbacks, with some hip hop artists even shunning them. The "hip-pop" era also saw the split between male and female hip hop fashion, which had previously been more or less similar.
Women in hip hop had emulated the male tough-guy fashions such as baggy pants , "Loc" sunglasses, tough looks and heavy workboots; many, such as Da Brat , accomplished this with little more than some lip gloss and a bit of make-up to make the industrial work pants and work boots feminine. The female performers who completely turned the tide, such as Lil' Kim and Foxy Brown , popularized glamorous, high-fashion feminine hip hop styles, such as Kimora Lee Simmons ' fashion line of Baby Phat.
Lauryn Hill and Eve popularized more conservative styles that still maintained both a distinctly feminine and distinctly hip hop feel. In the mid- to late s, platinum replaced gold as the metal of choice in hip hop fashion.
Juvenile and The Hot Boys were largely responsible for this trend. Others have fashioned grills , removable metal jewelled teeth coverings. With the advent of the jewellery culture, the turn-of-the-century-established luxury brands made inroads into the hip hop market, with brands like Gucci , Louis Vuitton and Diamond City making appearances in hip hop videos and films. In the s and beyond, many hip hop artists and executives started their own fashion labels and clothing lines.
Up-and-coming urban clothing lines have dominated the fashion in the hip hop genre. Skinny jeans also came into style in part due to New Boyz' jerk dance from the song " You're a Jerk. The hip hop fashion trends of the s were all over the place and changed constantly, starting with the baller-type image.
Michael Jordan's cover on Sports Illustrated was an iconic moment in hip-hop fashion because he was able to influence millions of people into the direction of baggy shorts, baggy tops, and gold chains. There have been other celebrity influences among fashion trends, with most of these influences coming from hip hop artists.
Throughout these years many fashion trends from the s and early s were made popular again, such as door knocker earrings and form fitting jeans for men.
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