The Evolution of Fashion In Music
Music and fashion has been correlated and intertwined for as long as we know. Starting from the 60s and 70s when psychedelic rock music was popular, and music festivals like Woodstock was well-known for their hippie culture and fashion. Crazy hair and bright colours was prevalent in the 80s fashion scene, which was very much compatible with the overwhelmingly popular disco music in that era. Then the 90s and early 2000s came, and grunge music surged in popularity, and suddenly everyone was wearing black and plaid cardigans.
Well, today, music still has a great influence over the fashion industry. Take for example, Kanye West. The famous rapper owns Yeezy, a brand that has impacted streetwear. Known for its high demand and cult-like following, West’s brand is a multi-billion-dollar company. Although these shoes can cost thousands, they are worshipped by celebrities, sneaker lovers and Kanye fans alike. Especially since rap and hip-hop music has been immensely popular in the modern age, it is no wonder why more and more are into streetwear.
Kpop, aka Korean Pop, also has a hold on the fashion among young teens and adults. Rounded eyeglasses, face masks, baggy clothes, long coats and trousers are some of the few trendy fashion in Korea. This culture influence has spread worldwide due to the popularity in Kdramas and Kpop. Singapore is no exception as Korean fashion can be seen everywhere.
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