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FUBUFor Us By Us (clothing brand)
FUBUFouled Up Beyond Understanding (polite form)
FUBUFouled Up By User
FUBUFouled Up Beyond Use (polite form)
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John, who is now further strengthening FUBU through the launch of a mobile app and collaboration with other brands, has equally compelling insights about the current state of the retail market.
I often tell them stories about some mistakes I made while FUBU was scaling.
FUBU is popularly known as "For Us, By Us" reflecting the fact that FUBU was conceived by African-Americans, run by African-Americans and worn by African-Americans (and people of all colors for that matter).
Suspect No 1 5ft 11in 16 to 17 Somali appearance skinny black hair, shorter on the sides clean-shaven wearing dark blue bottoms and a dark blue jacket, waist length and zipped up with the letters FUBU in red on the front Suspect No 2 16 5ft 9in slim Somali appearance dark clothing short hair, skinhead wearing short, brown leather jacket done up which had badges on the top parts of the arms Suspect No 3 Male Somali appearance 17 to 18 big, stocky build described as 'massive'.
CHART-toppers Blazin' Squad need never worry about wearing the same outfit twice thanks to their overly generous tour sponsor FUBU.
Grupo Aviara's stable of licensed brands includes XOXO, LaCoste, Anne Klein, Faconnable, FUBU and U.
Yungoo, who wears Nike sneakers and FUBU clothes, became interested in soccer last year when the World Cup was held in South Korea and Japan.
And though Dan Rather's preference to keep his newscasts conservative is well known in the industry, the CBS frontman was spotted recently in Bloomingdale's buying two FUBU tracksuits and a Sean John sport coat.
Prince, Madonna and Pamela Anderson are big fans of pleather, and there are versions of the fabric in several designers' collections, including FUBU, Prada and Moschino.
It has a licence agreement with Jasper Conran in the UK and has moved into young people's clothing with the FUBU line.
Today's youth of color are under surveillance by a law enforcement establishment that sees FUBU clothing, Adidas sneakers or spoken slang as potential markers of gang activity.
And Lewis has also signed a five-year pounds 1m-plus deal with New York clothing company FUBU, whose gear is worn by comic Ali G.