The Three Gs

New York, NY (PressExposure) August 07, 2009 -- One of the most popular brands of urban and hip-hop clothing line today is the Gino Green Global collection. Since its foundation and introduction into the market, which was in 1999, the wholesale gino green global [] have received numerous praises from the hip-hop culture as well as the on the urban streets. This is because of its the collection's unique styles and vibrant colors that clearly reflects the colorful culture of hip-hop as well as a way to make a statement in the streets. But the main reason that made the Gino Green Global as popular as other brands, such as Sean John Clothing and Rocawear, is the way the clothing brought the market into its doors, its intricate designs.

The one thing that made every Gino Green Global unique is because of its designs, which looks like a big sign board or advertisement that advertises the brand's uniqueness in fashion and style. This is because every Gino Green Global shirts are usually draped with "Gs" stylized to look like the number "9". This idea was conceptualized by one of the most talented clothing designer in the industry, Prince Mayol, as a way to express his passion for artistry and fashion. And because of its intricate artistry, the wholesale gino green global [] quickly became he official shirt all over the hip-hop community. But where did this all begun?

The Conceptualization Prince Mayol have had his passion only for vibrant colors, intricate designs, artistry, and graffiti. Even as a child, he has never failed to amaze people of his passion for colors. Because of this, he became a clothing designer that worked with some of the top brands of clothing line. Although he, he felt that what he was doing is not enough to fulfill his passion. So from this, he left his job and started his own clothing line. Along with other partners, Prince Mayol started the wholesale gino green global [].

The first line of Gino Green Global shirts were made like an advertisement, advertising the brand and its uniqueness. By putting numerous "G's", stylized to look like the number "9", the shirts quickly drew attention, especially for the style conscious and trend setting NYC fashion crowd as well as the hip-hop culture. According to reports, Prince didn't intend the clothing for anything. All that he did was to put all that he learned from the fashion industry, along with his passion with vibrant colors and unique artistry, into the clothing.

Today, although the signature sign of Gino Green Global, which are "Gs" stylized to look like the number "9", are largely replaced now by 3 big, interlocking Gs, the Gino Green Global has never been so famous across the world.

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