#WearTheMessage: 25 Hip Hop Clothing Brands You May Have Forgotten About

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1. Cross Colours

Calling Cross Colours a hip hop brand wouldn't do it justice. More specifically, it was the first politically driven hip hop brand that infused positive social messages with stylings popular among the hip hop crowd. At the time, this was unheard of as lifestyle apparel made by the hip hop crowd for the hip hop crowd had yet to be embraced by the mainstream.

(Photo: Cross Colours)