The Influence of reggae and
fashion has contributed a lot to the music industry.
Jamaicans have always have their unique style.
Gone are the days of the Afro hairstyle, Big heel boots, Bell Foot Pants and short shorts and Skirts.
In today's fashion world, more sophisticated and very expensive clothes lines are being worn.
Even though most of the fashion style being worn in Jamaica are influence by dancehall and reggae music, most Fashion guru across the world consider them as Caribbean fashion.
At one point the more x-rated the suite, the better the ratings and hype.
Trends in the Dancehall and Fashion World.
Bell Foot Pants, Afro Hair Style, Platform Shoes.
Big Heel Shoes, Linen Pants and Long Sleeves Blouse and Shirt.
Tailor made Pants (gun mouth), Stone Wash Jeans, Acid Wash Jeans, Chinese Bump Hairstyle and Tall Fade.
Mushroom cut colored wigs, Fishnet stockings, leather clogs, Jersey hair style also the 'Kid N Play'.
The nineties also saw the change in the fashion culture. Jamaicans started wearing more American name brands.
Levi Jeans, Tommy Hilfiger, Travel fox shoes and Patrick Ewing Sneakers are just a few.
Thanks to Shabba Ranks the Americans were adopting some of our fashion "The Famous Baggy Pants".
Even though the 1990s was when fashion made its major impact on this industry.
Artistes and Patrons spends a lot more on fashion clothing in the 2000s.
Tops Brands for the 2000s are, Clarks, Kickers, Nike, Dulce and Gabbanna and Gucci clothes and shoes, and how could I forget, the Italian fashion line.
Jamaican artistes are also entering into the fashion world.
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In 2017 one of the new face of Reggae Chronixx signed a contract as the new face of Adidas.
The Vendetta Boss Alkaline and I Octane have also entered into the fashion world selling their own brand.
These are just a few.
Jamaica's fashion clothes are very revealing, colorful and rather skimpy.
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