From the streets of New York to the streets of London, graffiti 'wear' is new, it's hot, and it's certainly not cheap. Since the 1970's graffiti art has been present...

From the streets of New York to the streets of London, graffiti ‘wear' is new, it's hot, and it's certainly not cheap. Since the 1970's graffiti art has been present along our streets and any outdoor space, but it's now finding its way into street fashion, and nowhere is it more popular than on trainers. Ok, with contributions by artists such as Jor1, America and Japan have seen this for a few months but only now is London starting to see its first graffiti trainers hit the non-specialised footwear shelves. Once a sports accessory, trainers are now one of the most essential items of fashion today – and most recently – being customised by a new generation of graffiti artists.

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