Does Streetwear’s Influence on Luxury Labels Have Staying Power?

When Jay-Z declared his love for Tom Ford threads on his 2013 album “Magna Carta Holy Grail,” it served as a confirmation of sorts that the hip-hop aesthetic as it had existed for years had undeniably shifted into more refined territory.

Lest we forget, the same man once accessorized an ill-fitting suit with a do-rag at the 1999 MTV Movie Awards and called it “corporate thuggin’.” (Tom Ford, by comparison, has built his men’s business off the back of immaculately tailored suits.)

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