Sports often inspires new fashion subcultures and one of the hottest coming is from the Inland Empire combined with MMA creating a darker motif and tattoo-heavy look (not to be confused with the glam Ed Hardy version) that’s created an entirely new subculture of its own.
Author: Tom Wallace
Sports Influences through UFC and MMA Have Created a New Subculture via Design Graphics, Brands, and Industry Players in Street Fashion Today
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