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4 Streetwear Styles You NEED to try...
There have been a lot of streetwear brands such as Supreme, Stussy, LAPP, Illustrated people and MISBHV who have been making latest streetwear clothing for men and women. Influencers from all around the globe has significantly contributed to the progress that this clothing range has made. From singers to Instagram influencers, everyone has equal contribution in the rise of this fashion style.
It all began nearly 40 years ago when Shawn Stussy used to surf. It was the era of punks ruling the neighborhood and it was then than Shawn Stussy came up with creating tees for streetwear. He started making a lot of money and tried to expand the business. He wanted to come up with something that would be cool and innovative as well as hard to get. We all know where streetwear clothes lie today.
The 90’s progression
It was the best thriving period for this style innovation because music began to merge with it. It led to the creation of a super drug lifestyle that everyone wanted to enjoy but only a few could. Le Coq Sportif made quite progress during this time but eventually faded. Some other brands such as Timberland and FUBU got into the market as rappers became clothing moguls and we all know the history today.
The 00’s movement
The blending of streetwear to the new-age styles began in this period. Numerous counts of musicians have been known to use clothing and jersey related to sports. Many brands came up with their own range of unlicensed football jerseys except the company logo would replace the NFL logo. This enabled many people to enjoy a jersey of their own at quite cheap prices. The youthful feeling it provided has caused the rise of skinnier styles on date. While it was baggy during the 90s, it was slim fit in the 00s.
Streetwear on date
No matter wherever it began, Streetwar was destined to climb huge heights. This is mainly because it has helped a lot of individuals to express their values of arts through clothes and will be doing so till the emergence of a new trend. That is going to be quite time consuming. Clothing conventions like Agenda have been dedicated to streetwear and will continue to design clothes. Time flow may initiate a lot of changes but none can cause the end of streetwear.
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Shane Dawsons New Jeffree Star Series: The Low Down
Shane Dawson has finally dropped the trailer for his highly-anticipated docuseries with fellow YouTuber Jeffree Star, and fans are freaking out.
The show — dubbed The Beautiful World of Jeffree Star — has been shrouded in mystery since its announcement. That said, this new trailer doesn’t give away much — though it does feature a grab bag of clips showing Dawson and Star in the middle of traveling, chatting, and taking meetings, all soundtracked by American Idol‘s Catie Turner.
However, the trailer’s been enough to send fans into a speculative frenzy. After Dawson’s Tuesday afternoon reveal, Twitter couldn’t help but latch onto a few key scenes — namely a clip in which an emotional Dawson watches the drama unfold between James Charles and Tati Westbrook.
It’s unclear what exactly is going on, but that hasn’t stopped fans from side-eyeing the inclusion and wondering why they would dredge up the Charles-Westbrook feud in this series.
On his Instagram Story, Jeffree said that he, Shane and their friend Andrew Siwicki have been filming the series since January. While he didn’t share much besides the release date, Jeffree did say that the “whole premise of this series is so important for the makeup industry.”
“Saddle up,” he warned.
Although, some eagle-eyed viewers believe that their project is centered around a makeup collaboration. In January, Jeffree patented “Conspiracy” for an upcoming cosmetics line. If the rumors are true, then the pig-shaped mirror and bag in the video could be part of their project together.
Nonetheless, people can’t wait to see it when it drops on October 1st, especially considering the success of Shane’s series in which he switched lives with Jeffree. In those vlogs from August 2018, fans applauded Shane for peeling back the curtain on Jeffree’s mysterious life.
Since then, Shane has done video exposés on YouTubers like Jake Paul and Eugenia Cooney.