Date: September 7. Venue: Club 28 NYC.
Since its establishment in 2005, Sabit NYC remains the fashion frontier for Hip Hop stars. Musical talents like Chris Brown, Busta Rhymes, Daddy Yankee, Juelz Santana, Lil Wayne, Mario, Swizz Beatz, T.I., T-Pain and Terrence J are among Sabit NYC’s high clientele. Sabit NYC’s Creative Director, Shoichi Amemiya, fuses Japanese fabric technology into Urban Wear for one prevalent clothing line. Creative, edgy and distinct, Sabit NYC is continually on the move with a global audience in mind.
On-trend hats included wool fedoras and army fatigue caps. Shirts popped in plaid, graphic and powder-blue. Funky outerwear alternatives in stripe zipper sweaters, cool varsity and denim-shearling jackets. Neutral pant tones in khaki, olive and rich grey, and major use of the ever-so-versatile canvas sneaker.
Classic woven Cuban hats and caps and graphic tees were of plenty. Contemporary fashion meets patriotism in army fatigue separates, tasteful solid and print button downs. Shorts dominated in khaki and other pant variations included color and striped. Staple options from sweaters with logos to striped hoodies in shirt and tunic styles, and animal theme patterns came in leopard, with a fan favorite varsity jacket.
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