360 Degrees of Hip Hop at MOHAI

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Long lines for the sold out 360 Degrees of Hip Hop Fashion Show at the Museum History And Industry (MOHAI) on April 2nd. Also billed as "The Fresh Dressed Jam" the production was a long held vision of fashion entrepreneur Margo Jones and celebrated the closing of the landmark exhibit, "The Legacy of Seattle Hip-Hop."

40 years of Hip-Hop style was on display in the high-energy fashion show and journey from Hip-Hop’s historic roots in the Black Power movement of the 1960's to futuristic looks from Hip Hop and beyond.

The historic event was  hosted by Seattle legends DJ Nasty-Nes & The Shockmaster Glen Boyd with the soundtrack provided by DJ Supreme La Rock and featured performances by KUTT 'N' UP Entertainment, DoNormaal, and other special guests. A who's who of Seattle Hip Hop were involved with the show and in the audience.

Get a behind the scenes look the fashion show and exhibit from Seaspot TV.