“I think images of perfect plastic people and fast low-cost clothes have created a massive homogenised trend which in turn encourages people to resist, be independent and creative,” adds Molly Goddard, the LVMH Prize finalist who is best known for her.
“If hip - hop music starts from wanting to express oneself as he or she is, I thought it was only natural that a Korean would rap in the Korean language,” MC Meta of Garion told The Korea Herald. ... English proficiency is a sign of high status in Korea.
The late 1990s saw an unprecedented fragmentation of Japanese fashion , with the population splintering off into groups such as flashy gyaru, elegant white-collar professionals, or mixtures of hip - hop and Japanese street style. One overarchingly popular .
Two years after the Chinese government cracked down on hip hop , the genre is witnessing a resurgence across the country, led by a televised competition show, The Rap of China. The show, produced by China's major on-demand video platform iQiyi, .
Often focused on the '90s and the '00s, these accounts include rare images of collections and models pulled from the depths of the web, vintage independent magazines, or from the brink-of-extinction fashion forums. But who are the people behind these.
In 1992, a young hip hop duo called Kris Kross debuted their first album, "Totally Krossed Out." Chris Kelly and Chris Smith, only 14 years of age, sparked one of the oddest fashion trends of the time by wearing their clothes backwards in the album's.
More than just a daunting prospect for our lower stomachs, the trend of wearing ... that sagging is a black fashion, no matter your artistic opinions on it. Demby points out that people use these same arguments against hip-hop and rap music.
One tool quickly adapted by the men was a warm, waterproof article of clothing with a fur-lined hood called an anorak or a parka. The clothing has since been embraced by skiers and soldiers alike and has become a staple of cold-weather fashion in.
There's no occasion quite like the Fourth of July to celebrate all things American. Here at Fashionista, we'll be spending the week examining the fashion industry in our own backyard, from the state of U.S. apparel manufacturing to American-born models.
Fashion's current nostalgia for all things 1990s , including the classic Calvin Klein look of slip dresses and camel coats, plus Simons' built-in celebrity draw and ease with the hot category of streetwear should give the new collection a boost. And no.