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Discussion in 'Trend Spotting' started by Urban Stylin, Nov 25, 2003.
i dont particularly like it YET but its def. big very soon
ghetto @ marc
i think many mainstream pple are wearing urban fashion.Even the urban pple are finally beginnung to wear urban...baby phat is on like everyu female star
Why do you think gap used missy for their ad?
Im sorry btu ir eallyd outn see teh ghetto influneces at amrc otehr than teh basket ball jersey
maybe you arent looking hard enough!
yeah. i agree. i feel like he was mixing different cultural influences, just not ghetto. i felt like there was more of a "70's meets teenager raiding a thrift store" kinda vibe. didnt seem ghetto to me
Anyway everyone has their own interpretation of a situaton we could spend a whole year here but i believe that
without urban fashion, fashion would be so boring.
"70's meets teenager raiding a thrift store
.........this is the definition of ghetto!
Then I dont see the ghetto in the actual "ghetto clothing" first posted.
That marc me's look is definetly grung
Kurt Cobain a grung Icon
I don't know if I would call it "ghetto", but it's definitely "urban". I like the energy in the ads.
Then I dont see the ghetto in the actual "ghetto clothing" first posted. [/b][/quote]
aCTUALLY SPACE STARTED THE PHRASE ghetto I SAID URBAN.
SO YOU FINALLY AGREE THAT THE CAMPAIGNS POSTED ARE SIMILAR TO THE MARC!I WIN!!
eko ad campaign from spring 2003
MORE FROM THAT CPGN
FALL 2003 CAMPAIGN FOR EKO WHICH I DIDNT LIKE SO MUCH
As long as there are some black people in the campaigns/behind the scenes it's automatically 'ghetto' I guess.
I disagree naomi campbell,tyra banks and many more have done some un GHETTO(URBAN) ads
Unless you want to call tyras victorias secret ghetto/or naomi s h& m they are black,arent they?
^^^I was referring to how in this thread it went from 'urban' to 'ghetto'
thats actually very true