Why Ghostface Killah is the Wallabee Champ

Son you gotta take me to get them Clarks, man...

Before luxury fashion and hip-hop were all but synonymous, rappers’ relationships with brands and personal style came from a mix of stuff they could get in their neighborhood and plain old street utility. That meant emulating whatever fly gear drug dealers were wearing, or the kind of relatively accessible jawns stocked at outfitters on the block or dep…

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