The non gender movement continues as Lil Uzi Vert once again found his inner Prince and walked the 2017 Billboard Awards red carpet in high fashion style!
Read on about Lil Uzi Vert fashion sense….
While many hate on the direction of some hip hop artists fashions like Lil Uzi Vert, we all have to remember one thing, its fashion!
Prince, Steven Tyler, Lenny Kravitz, ASAP Rocky, Young Thug and Glass The Tramp are just a few artist to express their fashion style. None of these artists are bound to the cliche’s of hip hop or rock fashions. They define a generation and create the movement.
CelebNFashion247.com commends these artist for being who they are. They NEVER let a label conform them to a style that was not them.
They made stylist envious of their fashion, they are pioneers who carved a path for individuality. These days we look back at Prince for his extraordinary contributions to music, fashion and the legacy he left behind. Steven Tyler of Aerosmith is still around and still rocking his flamboyant fashions.
Young Thug has been pushing the envelope for a couple years now. He is most know for his Jeffrey album cover that took fashion lovers by storm.
Glass The Tramp is a visionary, a pioneer of the future of music. He is the continuation of Prince and the funk/rock/pop movement embodied in fashion. He is today’s true icon of fashion and music that tells a story.
Then, There is, Lil Uzi Vert, who is now testing the waters. He has been making heads turn and necks break with his style. Although, we feel that he is a “work in progress,” Uzi is on the right path to music and fashion blended concept. Uzi Vert follows the path of Jaden Smith, who knows how to rock a skirt and a dress and still make it boy sheek.
Lil Uzi Vert raised eyebrows with his rock star fashion at the 2017 Billboard Awards wearing a sheer, $2,400 Valentino blouse. The “XO Tour Llif3” rapper has been the brunt of social media jokes, but when you’re a mover and shaker, haters will hate. No worries in time they will follow and then Uzi can laugh.
During an interview with Sway Calloway, he brought up the recent criticism and mentioned people think his clothing is “feminine.”
Uzi Vert replied:
“You know what it is — they’ve never felt these fabrics before. That’s all it is.”
— BillboardMusicAwards (@BBMAs) May 22, 2017
We say keep doing you Uzi, screw the haters they NEVER get it anyways.