FASHION

Afropunk Touches Down in Atlanta for Its Best Street Style Show Yet

Photographed by Salim Garcia

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After London, Paris, and New York, the Afropunk Festival touched down in Atlanta for three days of music, film, and lectures — the self-described “Carnival of Consciousness” — from October 14 to 16. Afropunk veterans like Earl Sweatshirt, Tyler, the Creator, and Kelela joined relative newcomers like the Janelle Monáe-approved band St. Beauty and Awful Records darling Abra on the stage. And in the crowd taking it all in, the beautiful people of Afropunk turned out in their best, most eclectic looks of the festival circuit to date. Atlanta photographer Salim Garcia dropped in for the weekend to capture the brightest prints and finest ensembles on stage and in the crowd.

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