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How does hip/hop effect fashion?
Does today's op culture have a more noticeable effect on fashion than the earlier days?
I think it has about the same effect. Why? I think because most people look up to entertainers and want to be like them in many ways. The fame, fortune, etc... Since many of us lead our lives pretty basic, we look at them as trendsetters when it comes to fashion. It's rare that you look at you co-worker and look to them as a trendsetter. You figure people in entertainment have the money to buy what's "hot" and whats "in style".
If you look at most of the younger generation which could include ages ranging from 10 to 21 or so, they tend to wear the fashions of the entertainers they follow. Whether it be fashionable purses, pink hair, or skinny jeans-if the entertainers wear it, the fans tend to follow the trend.
Even back in my days of 90's hip hop, I wore my hair, earrings, and clothes in a style similar to that of M.C. Lyte's. She was what I thought a trendsetter for many young women at that time. The years may have changed but the effect that hip hop has on fashion has remained the same.
by huytr6 years ago
why do people want to follow the hip hop culture
by Mark Johann5 years ago
Why do the hip hop fashion died few years back?Hip hop world dies as time goes by. The fashion is gone, those big and loose jeans worn by young people years before.
by DeeJay Prime7 years ago
Man alot a time I think hop hop is dying. But then I hear it every where. What I'm hearing in crap! I'm happy that it might survive, but people need to show some RESPECT!
by Jae19886 years ago
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by Dayani9 years ago
I’ve been following the war in Sri Lanka for a long time, and I just found out about this artist named DeLon who speaks on real issues like the war and uniting people. As a fan of hip hop and a producer, I like...
by Genycis8 years ago
What's goin' on. Wanted to get a feel for the types of tracks that really opened you to the world of Hip Hop? I know it varies with different people. What artist and track or album did it for...
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