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Streetwear constitutes one of the nine widespread pieces of hip hop background. This style was a innovative mode of dressing, which was conceived from African-America, Caribbean-American as well as Latino innocence in and around New York.
Streetwear appears tied to hip hop art which started in 1975 in Bronx in New York essentially through the influence of Jamaican immigrants. With the use of two turntables and a microphone, the Jamaican performed disc-jockeys which gave birth to chosen music. The pioneers of disc-jockeys where Clive ''Hercules'' Campbell, or 'Kool Herc'' who crafted music out of break beats and Theodore 'grand Wizard' Livingstone who saw 'scratching sounds' from a turntable. These 2 fellows created the soul of rap music which has ripened to what we account as street music and obtained so much press.
However in addition to the journey, urban culture has been enriched by countless cities' like Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Atlanta, Miami Los Angeles, Brooklyn cultures. As the rap music grew, so did the urban style. This mold has become more and more desirable achieving world-wide acceptance. However the trend has witnessed changes over the years. This fashion of apparel was first worn in the 1980s by big hip hop icons such as Run-DMC, Big Daddy Kane and LL cool J. The appearance was characterized by a number of rings, jewellery, gold necklaces which are in recent times known as 'bling bling'. Big glasses and sneakers also formed a part of the expression. Urban artist also wore Jheri curls or hi-top fade haircuts. The black pride conviction was maybe one of the most influential concepts of the hip hop perception in the 1980s. It was symbolized by African chains, dreadlocks, black-green- and red clothes.
The streetwear of the 1980s reflected the familiar African culture promoted by rappers like MC Hammer. The 1990s came with a change in hip hop music which led to the change in the street clothes. Singers like Left Eye of TLC called attention to colored apparel and baseball caps. Street gangs and prison uniforms also impacted the hip hop apparel. Baggy pants wear was influenced by the prison inmates 'fashion'. Normally the inmates had their belts confiscated by prison wardens and seeing as their uniforms barely fitted them, they were cheapened to drawing up their pants every now and then. Cities have also contributed to the breakthrough of the street wear with preference of some wear over others. New York favored hooded clothes and timberland boots while west coast went for big flannel shirts and converse sneakers and the south liked gold teeth style.
In mid 1990s, streetwear brands were enriched by the Mafioso fashion characterized by hats and alligator skin shoes promoted by stars like the Notorious B.I.G and Jay-Z. At the end of 1990s the taste of hip hop stars changed to glittering, luxurious suits and platinum jewellery which took the place of gold and gave street wear a new feature. During this stage, multiple apparel lines like FUBU, Sean John and Karl Kani were rolled out and through the sale of hip hop clothes earned millions of dollars. Over the era this gears tastes for men and females have altered.
Though guys have kept the old hip hop apparel appearance, females have adopted tighter jeans and glittering appearances. Women have applied a feminine touch to skate apparel by sporting lip gloss and make up. At this day the dress goes beyond the bounds of clothes to include hulking tags made of gold or other fancy material dangling from chains, large eye glasses and eye-catching haircuts all of which emphasize riches and prestige.