How Polo Influenced Hip Hop | Complex

While it may not have been Ralph Lauren’s intention to make an impact on hip hop and street culture, the brand definitely resonated with heavy hitters in the game. Find out why Polo ended up on the backs of A$AP Ferg, Just Blaze, DJ Clark Kent, and Lo-Life members. And catch the full version here:

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20 thoughts on “How Polo Influenced Hip Hop | Complex

  1. Polo was once a classy, relaxing, and American fashion company. It was never meant for ghettos to beat each other up for it in the hood. This is a disrespect to Ralph Lauren and his class

  2. Polo is for real classy niggas trying to impress a lady. Wearing hypebeast shits (Supreme, Bape, Givenchy, Balenciaga, Gucci, OFF-WHITE, Fear of God and VLONE) is for 12 year old kids that want to impress a girl but won't get laid (even though I respect those kids nowadays husslin' and grinding get bread).

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