The Champion sweatshirt: The camp equivalent of the little black dress.
Esprit: The Prada of its day.
Keds: The progenitor of Jimmy Choos. Canvas for everyday. Leather for socials (as below.) Always in white.
A numbing of taste led to the tie dying of everything.
The Uniform: Some camps tried to level the playing field by enforcing uniforms, but even with their confines, campers would develop an intricate hierarchy involving the right brand, length of shorts, or vintage sweats to create a complex hierarchy and sense of cool.