I had many of the bad boys in the closet! Hypercolor was a line of clothing, mainly T-shirts and shorts, that changed color with heat. Generra Hypergrafix was also a very popular spinoff from the Hypercolor brands.
In the early 90's anyone that wore Z. Cavaricci was considered a class of their own. You were rich or you were on your way. A pair of Cavaricci's was for sale in expensive box stores for $80 - $100+.
Bugle Boy was trendy boys wear in the late 80's early 90's that boys and teens could not wait to get their hands on. Bugle Boy was the start of the baggy fashion.
Guess's strap down overalls were all the rage in the early 90's. Possibly started by the fresh prince himself.
Marithe Francois Girbaud was the most idolized jeans brand in America in 90 - 93. They cam in many colors and styles. I Ioved to mix match my Girbaud's with Hypercolor shirts..
The Levi's 501 button fly was a popular in the 90's. Levi's style never goes out of fashion.
B.U.M. Equipment shirts were widely worn in late 80s and early 90s.
Skaters, surfers and wannabes rock Yaga shirts in the early 90's. Why did they go out of style? hmm...