Then, in the 80’s when others were not serious in fashion, when people were busy making expensive cultural clothes, Dapper Dan was the one who brought together street style and high-fashion.
Men’s wears currently have taken a new dimension by designers unlike back in the 80’s when few men like tailor Dapper Dan one of modern menswear’s founding fathers. What he does was to rearrange the original work done by Gucci and Louis Vuitton and never cared to take permission from them.
This illegal act of reshaping and tweaking of other brands and designs by tailor Dapper Dan brought about the shutting down of his boutique in 1992. But things took a different shape in the 90’s when The new Harlem atelier—a 4,700 square foot brownstone took on Dap’s designs, it was indeed a good turnover.
Then, in the 80’s when others were not serious in fashion, when people were busy making expensive cultural clothes, Dapper Dan was the one who brought together street style and high -fashion. That period also, fashion houses were also not rampart because of culture interception.
These his new designs are unique where Gucci raw materials, fabrics, prints, embroidered patches, and hardware are used in making clients wears. Though it is not a typical Gucci product. But, this Gucci has enabled Dapper Dan‘s design work and as well make it remarkable. He has also become a pacesetter in the fashion world.
The relationship between him and Gucci has become enjoyable. Gucci has benefited from his brilliant outcome. One of his old designs was as well acknowledged in the current show. This has pleased Gucci to decide in teaming up with Dapper Dan. A Gucci x Dapper Dan capsule will be part of Gucci’s fall 2018 collection.