FASHION

Afropunk 2016 Street Style Makes Other Music Festivals Look Lazy


Photo by Simbarashe Cha.

Since 2005, the AfroPunk fest in Brooklyn, a celebration of African-American excellence in music and culture, has stood as the anti-music festival, hosting acts that other, more mainstream festivals perhaps wouldn’t consider. It has now grown to rival other New York festivals, and its street style game might just be par none. See the best looks, here.

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