STREET WEAR HOODIE ARTY | JAPAN URBAN WEAR
STREET WEAR HOODIE ARTY | JAPAN URBAN WEAR
This streetwear garment for men or women will be ideal to complete your outfit. Feel free to combine it with other clothes of your choice to create your own personalized style.
- Original design : exclusive print
- Superior weight : perfect hold - 185g / m²
- Reinforced seams : high-end finishes
- Machine wash: 30 degrees (optimal conservation)
- Composition: 100% combed cotton
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Don't forget to check our Size Guide before ordering! Our team always advises to choose 1 size above as a guarantee of safety.
Our beautiful variety of trendy clothing, including leather jackets and jackets, sportswear t-shirts, hoodies for men or women and some limited edition hip-hop style urban wear t-shirts, you will necessarily find something to your liking in our online clothing store IONIQ SHOP .
No matter the temperature, our reflective puffer jackets or classic smock-style jackets will keep you feeling comfortably warm without compromising on day-to-night appearance.
We offer models for every season , including streetwear clothing in light cotton or spandex for the hot summer seasons and fur coats or windbreakers for the cold winter seasons.
With a wide choice of zipped and reflective pants for men and women with or without patterns to add to your wardrobe, complete the streetwear style by choosing a pair of sneakers matched with a pair of unusual khaki socks according to your current mood.
French or American music celebrities like Justin Bieber, Billie Eilish, Pharrell Williams, Chris Brown, Vald, Naza are fans of the streetwear fashion of the moment.
Get inspired by their style and the latest collections in our must-have clothing store to prepare a collection of stylish outfits by proudly wearing what you love and asserting your glamorous or other personality.
It's fair to say that streetwear has taken over the planet. It is a global phenomenon that extends to fashion and all layers of popular culture. Despite its notoriety, it is by no means a new trend. Streetwear has a 50-year history, rich in cultural icons. He was born and raised in California among surfers and skateboarders. Basically, the styles were made to withstand the skatepark, easy-to-wear denim items, heavy cottons and loose fits for girls or boys.
Streetwear owes much of its history to the USA . In the mid-'80s, around the time New York City sneaker culture was in its infancy, streetwear was making a name for itself on the West Coast as a talented surfboard designer and shaper. These kids with a penchant for punk and graphics inspired by the new generation, were also inspired by renowned artists to sign their works in a style reminiscent of handmade graffiti . With this enthusiasm, streetwear began to put its mark on boards and also on a series of graphic t-shirts that were to form the basis of the streetwear brand.
After its popularity in California, the streetwear look spread to the West Coast where it became a mainstay of skate and hip-hop in New York. Early streetwear brands drew inspiration from counterculture tribes and their do-it-yourself style. Punk, heavy metal, and hip-hop have all represented themselves in casual styles. Hip-hop fashion was instrumental in the evolution of streetwear, with established sportswear brands like Kangol and Adidas wanting to keep up with the explosive hip-hop revolution of the 80s . From the mid-1980s, sportswear and streetwear became synonymous. American professional sports franchises have had a great influence on global clothing style. Los Angeles Raiders and Chicago Bulls caps and jackets have been worn on sportspeople and in music videos, not only as indicators of favorite team, but also as fashion statements.
80s style was heavy in sportswear type. The cool kids wore tracksuits and jumpsuits, classics from Reebok, Converse, Diadora Maverick's and the new Adidas Pro Shells. Basketball players have achieved idol status and have seen the development of basketball-inspired sportswear.
Michael Jordan , the most famous basketball player of the time, fueled the success of Nike's Air Jordans, which were created in 1984 . The shoes remain a staple, and major partnerships over the years have cemented the Jordans as the holy grail of footwear.
THE '80s rappers and musical idols were names like Grandmaster Flash, Run DMC, the Beastie Boys and, in 1987, NWA A generation of hip-hop heads was born, each eager to copy the outfits of their favorite hero. The style was that of xxl t-shirts, designer tracksuits and bomber jackets. Accessorizing was key, Kangol hats like LL Cool J's, heavy gold chains and chunky lace-up sneakers the hip hop style.
The opulence of the 90s stands in stark contrast to the sportswear of the 80s. Biggie, Tupac and Mace marked this era and much of their style charted the streetwear trends that still dominate today. Timberland boots, denim, high-end sportswear, plaid flannel and pocket jackets were everywhere. Brands such as Champion, Wu-Wear and Avirex made sportswear to be seen. High-end brands were beginning to recognize the power of hip-hop stars and to take an interest in this new clientele. Brands like Guess, Versace, Moschino and Calvin Klein paved the way for high-end, fashion-focused denim .
The 2000s saw the coming of " Bling " culture and an even faster expansion of hip-hop into the mainstream. At the turn of the century, established luxury brands entered the streetwear market. Gucci , Burberry and Fendi now regularly appear in music videos as well as on the red carpet. High fashion brands admit the power of fame, and the hip-hop scene was the kind of counterculture that streetwear styles were a hit with. Hip-hop has become synonymous with streetwear from early pioneers like LL Cool J to current stars like ASAP Rocky and Kanye, the impact on fashion is glaring.
The aesthetic, once modest , has managed to establish itself in the upper echelons of fashion. The seismic shift in our everyday attire is part of how a small movement in skate fashion has taken over the world . Everyday and work wear has become much more casual, with sneakers and jeans now acceptable for almost any event.
Luxury brands have fully embraced streetwear. From Balenciaga to Fendi, the current collections are full of pieces that are more reminiscent of skate wear and the beginnings of hip-hop than haute couture. Streetwear allows its wearer to mix high and low fashion in a look that he instantly recognizes. The featurings projected brands and celebrities . Today, the longer the item is unavailable, the greater the demand. It's not unusual to see hundreds of t-shirts lined up outside a Balenciaga store on sale day, and their resale value can skyrocket in no time. The so-called "weight" of a brand is part of the charm it has on many people. The basic emblem of a brand is the new way to show its belonging to a tribe. There is now no separation between men's fashion or women's fashion because the unisex clothing look has taken over
As with many changes, there is a cult of secrecy in much of the streetwear world. Exclusivity and access to limited-edition items, the uncontrollable excitement caused by scarcity, all frequently drive consumers into hysteria .
For a once- humble style, created on the beaches of California , shaped in New York 's hip-hop and skate scenes, and then embraced around the world, streetwear is here to stay!