Street styles are novel sartorial or dress practices emerging from urban sidewalks, visually marking the cityscape with fashion-forward alternative styles. The accepted and appreciated diversity in urban spaces allows individuals to present innovative and alternative styles and dress. In J. I. Ross' model, these Western urban culture and street styles are intrinsically connected with teenagers and their consumption, but street styles have been consciously conflated with adults and high fashion. Urban street culture defies a simple explanation because street culture varies from day to day, from city to city, from person to person with influencers ranging from music to architecture to sports to trash in the street. Street styles and subcultural dress are not commonly recognized as “fashion” or part of the Western fashion canon because these types of non-canon dress are more commonly labeled as “alternative” or “anti-fashion.”.