With funky, fat-laced Adidas, Kangol hats, and Cazal shades, a totally original look was born—Fresh—and it came from the black and brown side of town where another cultural force was revving up in the streets to take the world by storm. Hip-hop, and its aspirational relationship to fashion, would become such a force on the market that Tommy Hilfiger, in an effort to associate their brand with the cultural swell, would drive through the streets and hand out free clothing to kids on the corner.
|Running Time:||82 min.|
|Subject(s):||American History, Arts and Culture, Creative, Design, History, Music, Society, Youth|
|Producer(s):||Peter Bittenbender, Nasir Jones, Marcus A. Clarke|
|Editor(s):||Andrea B. Scott|
|Production Company:||Mass Appeal|