Hip Hop Fashion

Today’s clothing racks in most clothing stores for the general public are showing the signs of plus-sized and big & tall clothing to be to choice of Americans these days.

It is a normal dress code for the Hip Hop dressed children, teens, juniors, or the new look of school children nation-wide.

It may also be the laid back look of the wealthy image of the rich music artists stretching from California, Miami, Virginia Beach and up to the Jersey shore.

Baggy large sized relaxing looking clothing seems to have captured the approved new look for the laid back attitude here in America.

Yes even sports clothing is showing greater sales in larger sized clothes ranging from jackets to a new style of import racing gear, PG2K3 that complements the lovers of hip hop, bike and car enthusiasts, and drifters of the world.

Sales of hip hop clothing driven by the growing commercialism of music acts and are also soaring in Britain.

Hip hop labels provide a level of individuality for youth, allowing young people to feel like their favorite rapper or singer while setting their own trends.

Hip hop has become a multi-faceted industry, where urban and hip hop artists are making significant moves into other areas of the entertainment usiness, providing further credibility and cross selling opportunities for affiliated brands.

One clothing line CTCDesigns is off to a good start. Designer, Michael Porter started designing wedding gowns and now has created custom hip hop wear for such notables as: Ludacris, Juelz Santana of the Diplomats, Radio Host Wendy Williams, Music Producer and Radio Host DJ Dirty Harry of New York, Radio Host Russ Parr and NFL Player Steve McNair.