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These unique, one of a kind, sweat pants are stylish, cozy and warm. We use the latest in anti-fade technology this means no matter how many times you wash, the colours will not fade. The unisex jumpers are made from a 100% Polycotton Blend, ensuring that they never loose their shape or needs ironing.

Be Trendy and Smart With Urban Clothing!!

Be Trendy and Smart With Urban Clothing!!

Sam J Loeb sharing some thoughts  on Urban Clothing under his article “Being Smart and Trendy with Urban Clothing” and we feel pride in sharing his views here. The wide-ranging lines of urban clothing often relate to the urban culture, especially those that are associated with rap and hip-hop music. It is often seen that the urban clothes can vary quite significantly in regards to looks and styles, and can also differ depending on the location or country. And, it is the younger generation that is most common wearer of this type of clothing range.Articles of clothing featured in the urban clothes line include the t-shirts, hoodies, jeans, jackets, and footwear; with many of these items featuring some very distinct slogans and designs.
In most cases the clothing isn’t likely to be formal in nature, but more as casual everyday wear. A hat in a range of styles is a further feature in this design range, with many of the clothing accessories designed to complement a particular type or item of clothing. Pants are likely to be quite loose and come in a variety of different styles, designs and cuts to enable them to match a specific taste. Shoes, sneakers, and trainers for men are also wide-ranging and available in endless different styles.Although widely worn by people from all walks of life, the urban clothes often relate to creating a unique design for those believing themselves to be urban and look to highlight this with the range of clothing. A person thinking they are urban could relate to a range of situations, such as friendships, background and upbringing, and personal interests.
All in all, if you are searching for a high-quality and stylish series of clothing to showcase the appeal of the urban culture, you might well want to look at the available choices seen in this clothing line. With such a large-scale of design trends in the clothing range, you shouldn’t have a difficult time sourcing the right quality clothing to match the desired look.

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Serpent Urban Clothing Review on “Artist Explosion” T Shirt.

Serpent Urban Clothing Review on “Artist Explosion” T Shirt.

At Serpent, we believe in totally original and not-on-the-high-street clothing. Check out “Artist Explosion” T-shirt and flaunt the artist in you.

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All our t-shirts are made to the highest quality and made to last!
Made using the latest non-fade technology.

This All Over Print design is made with high-quality, 100% spun polyester that delivers the look and feel of organic cotton without ever cracking, peeling, flaking or losing its shape. It stays wrinkle and soft to the hand forever, able to withstand summer festivals, late nights and world domination with style and grace.


Emerging global trends in leather and fashion

As the global population boom, there are inevitable implications on livestock. Demand for food and shelter have grown manifold resulting in an alarming scarcity of land meant for rearing animals, says Satyadeep Chatterjee.


Trends have to be predicted taking into consideration possible drastic changes. Fashion consumers are becoming more conscious of the environment. They prefer eco-friendly material, conservative use of resources, reduced emission of pollutants, greater social commitment and fair treatment of employees in production facilities.


The presence of a large number of players in the sector has intensified the competition to garner a larger chunk of the market share of this lucrative industry. On the demand front, consumers are rapidly aligning towards new designs and innovative leather offerings to ensure they are in sync with changing fashion trends. Another factor that needs to be taken into account is the rise of the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) economies. Their dominant position in the labour-intensive textile and leather industries makes it difficult for other countries to match them.


Owing to high demand, the leather goods industry is on a growth spree. Forecasts are, this vertical will grow at a CAGR of 3.4 percent over the next five years and will touch US$ 91.2 billion by 2018.


The softest, most luxurious leather comes from the skin of newborn or even unborn calves. Sourcing this leather is unethical. Though it is a very durable and flexible material, the process of tanning leather is incredibly toxic. Most of it is chrome tanned, which results in carcinogenic chromium (VI) being pumped into the water table.


In many countries, quality standards are very high. Leather manufactures are trying to produce more sustainable products by prohibiting harmful dyes and chemicals. Unfortunately, only a few customers are willing to pay more for these ‘greener’ products. One pioneer of this trend is renowned fashion designer, Stella McCartney, who is using eco-friendly material for her shoes and handbags.


Innovation in luggage and leather goods with new technologies and design is the major driving force for the industry. LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA, Coach, Inc., Kering SA, Prada S.p.A, and Hermes International SCA are some of the major manufacturers of the luggage and leather goods industry.


Professors at the University of Delaware chemical department are developing artificial eco-leather that can be used to make shoes, handbags and other fashion accessories. Richard Wool, director of University of Delaware, said at the 17th Annual Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference in Bethesda, “We are basically taking aerospace engineering of highly complex materials and using it to make wearable items that offer a much better design for consumers, than the original design from an animal would be. And it is all green and sustainable.”

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What Is Urban Fashion? – Kieve Kavanaugh | Serpent Urban Clothing Reviews

Serpent Urban Clothing Review | Urban fashion is style born of the street. A ruffian look that emerges from neighborhoods as opposed to fashion dictated by designers and Wall Street. Media and garment associations often merge hip hop and urban fashion partly because they share this same beginning.

The Beginning

Urban fashion made a strong impact during the 1980’s and into the early 90’s. Street-inspired fashion known as “grunge” was born in Seattle and rocketed into mainstream via Kurt Colbain and other musical icons. This look, known for it’s worn-out and grime-ridden appearance, officially mainstreamed when design great Mark Jacobs previewed his now infamous “grunge line.”

Fashion Cycle

Fashion is usually conceived by designers. Styles then filter downward to the people through channels of marketing and distribution. Through a trickle down effect fashions takes hold. Urban wear originates on the street. First worn by people and then copied by designers who interpret looks redelivering them to the people through marketing and distribution points.

The Appeal

The appeal of urban fashion including hip hop style is that it moves in the opposite direction of traditional fashion and often becomes a source of pride to the community or segment of the population who developed the look.


You pull off urban fashion well when you reflect the tempo and feel of the moment. The goal is to create a blend of fashion and style that expresses the mood of the day. For inspiration check out the rags on local musicians, regional sport stars and street kids in the trendy districts of your city. It is a movement of individuality not mass acceptance so always strive to be authentic to yourself.

The End

A perception exists that grunge emerged in the early 1990s. However, according to Michael Lavine, who compiled a photographic documentary of the grunge scene, the ’90s was the end. He states that was “when Seattle’s best cultural brew was watered down, piped out to the masses and sold at a steep profit.” Like any movement from the street, once it is mainstreamed, it has ended.