Dreamville Records, the label founded by J. Cole, launched a fashion collaboration with Daily Paper known as the Dream Daily collection.
Japanese fashion designer and founder of the namesake brand Issey Miyake has died. Issey Miyake was 84 at the time of his passing.
The vultures are out and are trying to feed on Nipsey Hussle’s name. His estate is now filing a lawsuit against a company who is selling unauthorized merch.
Even though DJ Khaled is in album mode he has found a way to give back to the people. He will be selling off some of his biggest fits for a good cause.
Rihanna was locked in a legal tussle with the Freedom United clothing brand over the use of the F.U. logo on her Puma line. The singer and fashion maven settled with the company for an undisclosed amount, bringing the matter to an official close.
As fans around the globe celebrate the life and legacy of The Notorious B.I.G., the late rapper’s daughter is honoring her father in his hometown. On Friday (March 8), Ms. Wallace reopened the Notoriouss clothing store just across the block from its original location.
As social media continues to change how people communicate it also is having some adverse affects on the fashion industry. Data now shows consumers are returning wears more than ever.
As one of the more fashion forward rappers of his time Future proves he can take it from the Met Gala and right back to the streets. The Atlanta MC announced he is launching a HNDRXX clothing line with Forever 21.
With a successful Louis Vuitton capsule collection already in the books it seems that Supreme will continue their hot streak well into the close of 2017. The coveted streetwear brand is now rumored to be working with Nas for a new photo t-shirt release.
Back in the 1990’s, the African American College Alliance street wear brand was an undeniable force with stars across all walks of entertainment rocking the gear. AACA is making its comeback and has launched a new Kickstarter campaign to bring the brand back to its earlier prominence.
There have been countless amount of fashion trends created by rappers. But that doesn’t mean they haven’t had lapses of poor judgment when it comes to style.