Boy do I miss those golden dayz of the infamous line that made it mainstream in a vast way, and not only because it was derived from multi-platinum sellling group WU TANG but because the staff was very diligently in representing a brand to it's fullest. Wu Wear broke barriers into the fashion Industry with their self made motto "Ain't what you want baby It's what you need baby Ain't what you want baby It's what you neeeeeeeed". Wait I have to go in one time, I'm catching a flashback moment:
Yo diamond crystal rings sharp like icicle snickel plated pistols official Wu Wear covers my physicalInsulated thermal while others drain they co four butt solos Photographic photo type static great motivated soldier Or Wu say boulder head flowerYou can detect the true and living God from the scorer Keep your sword straight, maintain your weight But he ate too much monosodium glutumate, and polysorbate And drug rate concentrate, with sodium benzoate By the chicken thighs and tryglycerides And this bitch advertised her breast size Eighty-five didn't realize, til the truth opened up his eyes Then he became highly civilized and spent time amongst the wise, went through a garment renaissance and stopped wearing Benetton Tommy Hill, Perry Ellis, Nautica, or Liz Claiborne Ocean Pacific, Fila, Bill Blass and leave fitted Quit the Armani sweaters with the Gucci wool knitted Now all he buys, Kani's, Cross Colours, Shabazz Brothers Mecca, Pelly Pell, 88, North Q, Bear and a few others For the new year, strictly
DAM THAT WAS A LYRICAL STIMULATION RIGHT THERE RZA!
My Girl Texanna, Wardrobe Supervisor for BET sent me this flick last night, she's like do you remember this? and the subject read "Blast From The Past" yeah mama I do and I miss it so much... That's were it all started that's were I grew up in this cold world of building and knocking blocks... Tex is a very well known stylist and fashionista, she's down with the who is who of the industry, so therefore her customizin this piece was no surprise to me, just to let you know baby girl you brought tears to my eyes... when you love something so much you must learn to let it go, but one thing is for sure the memories of the Garment Renaissance will live in my heart forever!!..