Urban Style in the Twentieth Century
Street style is popular fashion which is believed to have developed not from fashion shows, but out of the streets. Street fashion can be loosely defined as the clothes worn by youths, and is mostly often found in high-crime urban areas. Young people from disadvantaged backgrounds, especially urban youth, are known to be associated with street gangs. The members of these groups are given an allowance by the local authorities so that they can buy cheap items for daily use. These items include assorted clothing such as tracksuits, hoodies, sweat shirts, jackets and sweat pants, which are then sold on the streets for a low price. In some places, such as in New York and London, street clothing is worn for everyday use while in others it is used only for partying.
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The early twentieth century witnessed the birth of the fashion industry, which was created by and for the working class. Many believe that it was the onset of industrialization and the onset of the post-war period that transformed the fashion industry. Urban street style and popular music are closely connected with the twentieth century. A number of popular songs and movies were made during this time period which feature members of the working class going to parties and making use of fashionable street wear. As you can see, the connection between this fashion industry and popular culture is strong.