Urban Street Style Fashion

English General

Streetwear, sometimes called street style fashion includes the way people under the hip hop culture dress themselves. It consists of certain elements with each having their own meaning since there is history linked to the culture. We may well see such large clothing like baggy pants and large XXL t-shirts, more suitable to the practice of b-boying break dancing. Athletic shoes are, in the same way, an essential element in the panoply of the B-boy culture. The life of gangster criminals has also influenced street style fashion: the bandana is sometimes taken from them as well. The absence of cords or belts that makes the pants fit below the waist is due to the life in prison, where every object at the risk of encouraging suicide was confiscated. In 1976, in southern California where it remains unchanged, skateboarding forever shaped the sport, culture and style. Through this, Vision Street Wear arose. It was a different brand that quickly understood the natural connection between music and the skateboarding culture. In the championships organized by the brand, a previously unknown group called Red Hot Chili Peppers played. And in the ranks of professional skaters, big names like Mark “Gator” Rogowski, Steve Rocco, Marty “Jinx” Jimenez, and Mark Gonzales were included. By the early 90s, the influence of the brand’s aesthetics and philosophy began to decline due to the changes the skateboarding culture went through in that decade. Today, Vision Street Wear is a clothing company whose license is maintained by a company called the Collective Licensing International that is dedicated to sell shoes, skateboards, different accessories and retro-flavored vintage items. Hip hop fashion is a distinctive style of dressing up, originating from the African-American youth on the streets of New York, Los Angeles, Orlando, Chicago, Philadelphia, the San Francisco Bay Area, Detroit, Memphis, Atlanta, Jersey City and Miami among others. Each city contributed various elements to its overall style seen worldwide today. Hip hop street style fashion complements the expressions and attitudes of the hip hop culture in general. Hip hop fashion has changed significantly during its history. And today, it is a prominent part of popular fashion as a whole across the world and all ethnicities. In the East Coast, members of the hip hop community looked back to the gangsters of the 1930s and 1940s for inspiration. Mafiosi influences, especially and primarily inspired by the 1983 remake version of “Scarface,”…

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