Vintage Tommy Baggy Jeans, Nowadays fashion influencers are the likes of A$AP Rocky, Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, Travis Scott or Rihanna.
In the 90s their names were TLC, Destiny's Child, Snoop Dogg, Mary J Blige, Usher, Aaliyah and everyone was wearing Tommy Hilfiger, or even better, Tommy Jeans, its younger and sportier label, founded in 1996.
Meanwhile, the "men on the street" began to give life to hip-hop, a genre born on the street, and thus, it was preferred that the artist resembled the fan... also in their looks.
With 1990, things changed and the movement embraces a more "aspirational" aesthetic, finding the perfect union with the audacious sensitivity of many rappers in the preppy evolved attitude of the NY brand, characterized by color blocking, oversized logos, wide jeans a low waist, down jackets and polo shirts.
It was 1994 when Snoop Dogg performed at Saturday Night Live wearing a rugby tee with red, white and blue colors and in big lettering "TOMMY"