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CROSS COLOURS is the first clothing brand created for all Americans with a street point of view. Embraced by the rising hip hop movement, the brand’s premise CLOTHING WITHOUT PREJUDICE and slogans like EDUCATE 2 ELEVATE, STOP THE VIOLENCE and LOVE SEES NO COLOR made it iconic and fueled its meteoric rise, with support from top artists and celebrities such as Snoop Dogg, Tupac, Run DMC, Dre, TLC, Will Smith, Magic Johnson, Shaquille O’Neal, MC Lyte, Kathy Ireland, Jamie Foxx, Paula Abdul, Mary J. Blige, Stevie Wonder, and Muhammad Ali.

CROSS COLOURS is the only brand of its kind, drawing love and respect from consumers who grew up wearing it, and today's generation who were too young to wear it in the 90’s and are excited to be able to purchase it today. 

The 2016 collection is comprised of Retro Re-issues using original graphics from our library, in addition to the 2016 fashion collection, and a Limited Edition Authentic Military collection.

CROSS COLOURS is back - YA DIG!

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Click to see the The Hundreds X Cross Colours Collection released in August 2014. 

To read about Cross Colours’ rapid rise and spontaneous halt twenty years ago, click here.

To see Cross Colours’ top 10 celebrities that wore their product and why, click here.

To listen to Carl Jones talk about how he got CXC worn by the cast of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, click here.

Cross Colours is featured in Fresh Dressed, a CNN documentary about the history of hip hop fashion culture. Click below to watch the trailer and check it out on Netflix.

Fresh Dressed from Fresh Dressed Movie on Vimeo.

A fascinating chronicle of hip-hop and urban fashion, FRESH DRESSED goes inside the hustle that brought oversized pants and graffiti-drenched jackets from the street to high fashion's catwalks and Middle America shopping malls. Director Sacha Jenkins' music-drenched history draws from a rich mix of archival materials and in-depth interviews with rappers, designers, and others including Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, Carl Jones, Damon Dash, Karl Kani, Nasir Jones, and André Leon Talley. The result is a passionate telling of how the reach for freedom of expression would, through sheer originality and swagger, take over the mainstream.

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1991 Photoshoot

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Tupac and DaBrat, 1992

 

 

 

Djimon Hounsou, 1990

Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg, 1993

 TLC, 1992

Mark Wahlberg aka "Marky Mark", 1992

Magic Johnson, 1994

Jamie Foxx, 1991

CROSS COLOURS is the first clothing brand created for all Americans with a street point of view. Embraced by the rising hip hop movement, the brand’s premise CLOTHING WITHOUT PREJUDICE and slogans like EDUCATE 2 ELEVATE, STOP THE VIOLENCE and LOVE SEES NO COLOR made it iconic and fueled its meteoric rise, with support from top artists and celebrities such as Snoop Dogg, Tupac, Run DMC, Dre, TLC, Will Smith, Magic Johnson, Shaquille O’Neal, MC Lyte, Kathy Ireland, Jamie Foxx, Paula Abdul, Mary J. Blige, Stevie Wonder, and Muhammad Ali.

CROSS COLOURS is the only brand of its kind, drawing love and respect from consumers who grew up wearing it, and today's generation who were too young to wear it in the 90’s and are excited to be able to purchase it today. 

The 2016 collection is comprised of Retro Re-issues using original graphics from our library, in addition to the 2016 fashion collection, and a Limited Edition Authentic Military collection.

CROSS COLOURS is back - YA DIG!

 -

Click to see the The Hundreds X Cross Colours Collection released in August 2014. 

To read about Cross Colours’ rapid rise and spontaneous halt twenty years ago, click here.

To see Cross Colours’ top 10 celebrities that wore their product and why, click here.

To listen to Carl Jones talk about how he got CXC worn by the cast of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, click here.

Cross Colours is featured in Fresh Dressed, a CNN documentary about the history of hip hop fashion culture. Click below to watch the trailer and check it out on Netflix.

Fresh Dressed from Fresh Dressed Movie on Vimeo.

A fascinating chronicle of hip-hop and urban fashion, FRESH DRESSED goes inside the hustle that brought oversized pants and graffiti-drenched jackets from the street to high fashion's catwalks and Middle America shopping malls. Director Sacha Jenkins' music-drenched history draws from a rich mix of archival materials and in-depth interviews with rappers, designers, and others including Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, Carl Jones, Damon Dash, Karl Kani, Nasir Jones, and André Leon Talley. The result is a passionate telling of how the reach for freedom of expression would, through sheer originality and swagger, take over the mainstream.

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1991 Photoshoot

-

Tupac and DaBrat, 1992

 

 

 

Djimon Hounsou, 1990

Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg, 1993

 TLC, 1992

Mark Wahlberg aka "Marky Mark", 1992

Magic Johnson, 1994

Jamie Foxx, 1991

CROSS COLOURS is the first clothing brand created for all Americans with a street point of view. Embraced by the rising hip hop movement, the brand’s premise CLOTHING WITHOUT PREJUDICE and slogans like EDUCATE 2 ELEVATE, STOP THE VIOLENCE and LOVE SEES NO COLOR made it iconic and fueled its meteoric rise, with support from top artists and celebrities such as Snoop Dogg, Tupac, Run DMC, Dre, TLC, Will Smith, Magic Johnson, Shaquille O’Neal, MC Lyte, Kathy Ireland, Jamie Foxx, Paula Abdul, Mary J. Blige, Stevie Wonder, and Muhammad Ali.

CROSS COLOURS is the only brand of its kind, drawing love and respect from consumers who grew up wearing it, and today's generation who were too young to wear it in the 90’s and are excited to be able to purchase it today. 

The 2016 collection is comprised of Retro Re-issues using original graphics from our library, in addition to the 2016 fashion collection, and a Limited Edition Authentic Military collection.

CROSS COLOURS is back - YA DIG!

 -

Click to see the The Hundreds X Cross Colours Collection released in August 2014. 

To read about Cross Colours’ rapid rise and spontaneous halt twenty years ago, click here.

To see Cross Colours’ top 10 celebrities that wore their product and why, click here.

To listen to Carl Jones talk about how he got CXC worn by the cast of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, click here.

Cross Colours is featured in Fresh Dressed, a CNN documentary about the history of hip hop fashion culture. Click below to watch the trailer and check it out on Netflix.

Fresh Dressed from Fresh Dressed Movie on Vimeo.

A fascinating chronicle of hip-hop and urban fashion, FRESH DRESSED goes inside the hustle that brought oversized pants and graffiti-drenched jackets from the street to high fashion's catwalks and Middle America shopping malls. Director Sacha Jenkins' music-drenched history draws from a rich mix of archival materials and in-depth interviews with rappers, designers, and others including Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, Carl Jones, Damon Dash, Karl Kani, Nasir Jones, and André Leon Talley. The result is a passionate telling of how the reach for freedom of expression would, through sheer originality and swagger, take over the mainstream.

-

1991 Photoshoot

-

Tupac and DaBrat, 1992

 

 

 

Djimon Hounsou, 1990

Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg, 1993

 TLC, 1992

Mark Wahlberg aka "Marky Mark", 1992

Magic Johnson, 1994

Jamie Foxx, 1991

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