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Mos Def Talks Fashion w/ GQ

Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

Mos Def aka Yasiin Bey talks about the origin of his style as well as the little shop on Rivington Street in NY where he is a collaborator, Ale et Ange:

Paying Homage
“When my paternal grandfather passed a few years back, I started to wear a shirt and tie every day, like he did. Michael Jackson’s death had a big impact on me, too. Right before the Ecstatic tour in 2009, I began wearing loafers and high-waisted pants. And that’s where my look started.”

Honest Goods
“Hip-hop is the last true folk art. I got involved with Ale et Ange because it represents hip-hop in a way that isn’t pandering. It’s nice to see something that’s elegant, skillful, and raw.”

Power Suits
“With guys I revere, like Marcus Garvey or Malcolm X, their look is less about style than purpose and the expression of beauty. It wasn’t just about being noticed, you know?”

Credit: GQ

Previously: Mos Def & Mannie Fresh In The Studio (Video)