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Over the decades music has changed and so has fashion. Styles and trends have come and gone in both the fashion industry and the music industry and performers and artists have played a huge part in bringing them together. You will find that many singers have now created their own line of clothing and many others have appeared in advertising campaigns for major designer brands and labels. It seems that with each new genre of music comes a new trend or clothing style and current artists and singers all want a piece of the latest fashions.
After all no one wants to appear off the fashion radar these days, especially an up and coming artist. Trying to sell music to youngsters is helped by looking on trend and appearing in all the fashion magazines because of your appearance. Signature looks and unique styles also help when trying to create a name for yourself in the music industry. Many in the past have become successful, not just for their records, but because of their individual look, which sits side by side with the music.
Going back to the 1970′s when Disco pop was the music of choice, funky fashion was considered right en vogue. Flares, psychedelic patterns, gold chains and paisley shirts were seen everywhere. Bell bottom trousers, hot pants and miniskirts were also apparent in the decade as was the hippie fashion trend. This was the time when stars from the music industry were starting to become style icons which led the way for future artists.
Looking back at the 1980′s, rap music and hip hop was becoming more popular as was the clothes they were wearing. Sportswear as casual clothing choices and brightly coloured tracksuits were all the rage. Leather bomber jackets were also considered the fashion as were sneakers and trainers. Large and oversized sunglasses as well as hefty gold jewellery pieces were on trend accessories at the time.
No matter what era or decade you look back at you can see a similarity between music and fashion. Each have mirrored one another the years and you will see that the current trends are no different. Take a peek at the latest mens designer clothes and you will see a reflection of the indie music scene. You will also see many artists creating their own lines of mens designer clothes, to which they will wear themselves for their performances.