In an ironic twist, the colorful Australian clothing Coogi, became famous when Bill Cosby's Heathcliff Huxable sported them on "The Cosby Show" in the ‘80's and then later when The Notorious B.I.G. aka Christopher Wallace appeared on the cover of The Source with the Twin Towers behind him and the look exploded in the hip-hop scene.
Back then, Coogi clothing for men was one of the upscale brands to be seen in -- sweaters were $350-$400 a pop and $600-$700 for the special addition ones. Biggie definitely set the standard for the splash and swagger of Coogi in the day and that style continues to evolve. Vibrant color, texture, movement and pattern are the main assets of the Coogi design.
Each sweater, skirt, jean and jacket is made with the meticulous detail of an expensive, exclusive line, but Coogi apparel is now priced for the masses. Get ready to stand out and make a statement in Coogi