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From baggy jeans and bling blings to classic gangster-inspired suits and bowler hats, a distinct and evolving fashion style has always been an vital element of the hip hop business. Hip hop fashion traces its roots to the clothing style of African-American youths. Since then it has drawn its influences from hip hop scenes in different parts of the United States, from California to New royalty, as well as from different elements of underground and popular culture.
 
 
One of the early clothing styles in hip hop was the sportswear connected with conspicuous jewelry which became the signature look for older school rap. Tracksuits, hero jackets, berets, Doc Martens, You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login, and sneakers were whatever of the common apparel then. Men sported metallic chains while women wore large gold earrings. The sports apparel of Adidas, Nike, and Le Coq Sportif were some of the commonly patronised brands in the 1980s. The 1990s saw the growing popularity of more sportswear from Tommy Hilfiger, DKNY, Polo, theologist psychoanalyst, and Nautica. This portion fashion call became famous as the urban streetwear and was boost supplied by such brands as FUBU, Ecko Unlimited, Walker Wear, and Boss Jeans.
 
 
The emergence of gangsta rap as a sub-genre of hip hop fueled another fashion statement, this time inspired by the clothing styles of street thugs and prison inmates. Gangsta rappers started wearing baggy underpants, You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login, bandannas, and tattoos. Not a few conservatives reacted negatively to the sagging underpants and low-hanging waistlines. A religious group proven to conflict the fashion style by giving out belts while others wanted to make it illegal.
 
 
Other hip hop personalities opted for the classy crook look and wore double-breasted suits, hat hats, cloth shirts, You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login, and alligator-skin shoes. This Mafioso-inspired image was popularized by the Notorious B.I.G. and Sean Combs a.k.a. Diddy, with the latter decent known as the Shiny Suit Man.
 
 
Recent trends in hip hop apparel show the influence of hipster and preppy styles. Oversized shirts were replaced with tighter-fitting short-sleeved shirts, You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login, tracksuits were traded for sports coats, and tighter denims were favored over sagging jeans. Some of the popular accessories are large track buckles and skull and skeleton ornaments. Decorated hoodies, fitted caps, and driver hats are also commonly worn.
 
 
Heavy jewelry has also become an enduring mark of enarthrosis hop fashion, symbolizing an ostentatious pass of fame and riches. Known in hip hop slang as bling bling, these flashy accessories became present fashion icons and common semiotic elements in a aggregation of penalization videos. Gold jewelry was the fury in the 80s but it was eventually unkind out by silver and platinum. Grills or extractable metal set coverings also became popular among celebrities.
 
 
With the development of hip hop fashion, rap artists eventually ventured into the clothing business and started producing their own labels. The rap group Wu-Tang Clan has its Wu-Wear, Damon Dash and Jay-Z have Rocawear, and Diddy has Sean Evangelist. Diddy also bagged the 2003 Menswear Designer of the Year Award presented by the Council of Fashion Designers of USA. Other hip hop personalities with their own clothing lines are Eminem, 50 Cent, Russell Simmons, Kimora Lee Simmons, and OutKast.
 
 
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