Producer Pxrv (also known as Pxrv OTB, or Parv) shares his ideas on the use of high profile fashion, and its influence on the music industry.
West London-born producer Parwinder Marway aka Pxrv has been producing music for many years, he is behind releases such as Callin, Drunk, Heartbreak, and many others all of which are available on digital streaming platforms. Pxrv, along with making music as a passion, enjoys fashion and footwear.
The use of fashion and sneakers in the music industry seems to have a common relationship, why? We asked Pxrv to give his ideas and explain how we feel the two marry up in the entertainment industry today.
“I love hoodies, and sneakers lol, I really do! To be honest, the lockdown was almost 2 years and seldom came an excuse where you could wear your best outings and feel good. Music videos and photoshoots became another excuse to wear your favorite ‘drip’ and feel good”
Hip Hop Producer Pxrv Discusses the Fusion of Fashion Houses and Music
In today’s pop culture and entertainment, artists and celebs alike tend to wear the most trending names, it’s almost become a norm. The rise of streetwear brands and sneakers has complimented the ideal. Even so, songs are being named and themed by the names of fashion brands all over the world. Has the impact of lockdown and Covid created a surge?
According to Pxrv, he feels that fans of fashion and streetwear brands were unable to dress their best, and feel good, restaurants, bars, and clubs were all closed, and socializing seemed all too far-fetched. It’s entirely possible that the reopening of such venues created a bounce back in the fashion world. Labels and brands released new collections, and consumers all over the world flocked to get their chance at the latest pieces!
The Future of fashion and music?
“There will always be a marriage between the two, I don’t think there is an expectation to have or wear certain brands, but there is certainly an excitement factor to it! In the entertainment world in general, we see our biggest inspirations flexing the biggest brands, and we won’t feel like our icons”, says Pxrv.
Will we see any major collaborations between high fashion brands major artists?
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