Street Dreams: How Hiphop took over Fashion

The Kunsthal Rotterdam presents an exhibition about hip-hop and its influence on fashion and lifestyle.

Dana Lixenberg, Untitled (Navajo Nation), 1998 © Dana Lixenberg. Courtesy of the artist and GRIMM Amsterdam, New York

In collaboration with the HipHopHuis and guest curator Lee Stuart, the Kunsthal Rotterdam presents an exhibition about hip-hop and its influence on fashion and lifestyle.

In different rooms, the exhibition ‘Street Dreams. How Hiphop took over Fashion shows the looks, the codes and the creative energy of hip-hop. The pioneers inspiring the fashion houses, the hypebeasts camping outside stores for days, and the artists in the front row seats at fashion shows.

“Hip-hop has evolved into THE dominant force in the charts and it is impossible to imagine our highstreets without it. Many people are unaware of the huge influence hip-hop has on fashion, art andour daily lives. It is a unique feat that we have managed to forge collaborations with world-class artists for this exhibition.”
– Lee Stuart, guest curator