“New York Fashion Week, the biggest stage in American fashion” The name Kelly Oubre Jr. might ring a bell if you follow the NBA at all. The swagged-out swingman of the Charlotte Hornets is known equally for his appearances on Slam Magazine’s LeagueFits IG page as he is for his on the court prowess and athleticism, so much so that he was named their 2019 Drip MVP. At NYFW this year, Oubre launched his own streetwear brand called Dope$oul with a limited collection at his pop-up in NYC. This first official collection is called “Baptized by Fire” and will release later in Fall 2021.
This day was an eventful one, to say the least, it changed the landscape of the NBA forever. The 90s and early 2000s was just the time of great change in general. We saw a huge shift in how we consume pop culture due to rapid changes in technology. Hip-Hop/Rap music, style, and fashion was beginning to bleed over into mainstream pop culture.
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