‘Influential Fashion Figure’ Dennis Rodman Takes a Big Step to Bring Back Iconic Trend From the 90s: “There’s Never a Dull Moment…”

Published 11/21/2022, 9:00 AM EST

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Dennis Rodman is never a boring subject! Be it his Vegas stories or his outrageous outfit choices. One might not consider Rodman a fashionista, but he sure is experimental. Back in the 90s, very few people, compared to today’s fashionistas, would consider opting for unconventional fashion choices. Rodman was one of them. And now, he has decided to bring back the 90s era to the 21st century.

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On November 16, ID Supply Co. revealed that they would be collaborating with none other than Rodman. The collaboration will feature designs made by keeping Rodman as the primary inspiration.

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The ‘Rodman Apparel’ will reportedly hit the online stores on November 25 and will be available for everyone. The Chicago Bulls legend stated that he has a specific vision of bringing back the ‘iconic fashion’ from the 90s and early 2000s.

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ID Supply’s founder, Brandon Ruddach said, “There is never a dull moment with Rodman and his brand! We’re excited to partner with Rodman on this global merchandising deal.”

He added, “His apparel design direction still replicates that attitude from the jumbo, in your face designs to the 90’s sports aesthetic that captivates generations and is very much on trend.”

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Dennis Rodman has one of the most peculiar outfit choices and is considered an influential fashion figure. Therefore, it will be interesting to see what the collection would look like. Rodman had earlier collaborated with brands such as Oakley, Von Dutch, and Ed Hardy, among others.

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In the 90s, The Worm was probably the only NBA player who was adventurous enough to cross-dress. The five-time NBA champion would often be seen wearing nail paints, crop tops, bedazzled outfits, and makeup. He even wore a wedding dress to a book signing event. In 1996, Rodman released a memoir known as Bad As I Wanna Be. Rodman was scheduled to appear for a book signing at Barnes & Noble on Fifth Avenue.

However, it was Dennis Rodman so his entry was meant to attract a huge amount of attention. The 2x NBA All-Star came in a carriage complete with a white custom-made wedding gown, a blonde wig, and of course! Makeup. Also, his entourage included a coachman and several women escorts in tuxedos. What a spectacle it must have been!

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Siyari Debbarma

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Siyari Debbarma is an NBA writer for EssentiallySports. She is currently pursuing a degree in Civil Engineering from Abascus Institute of Engineering and Management. She previously interned at the Y-East Organization as a content writer.
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