• Real Style: The 2014 Afropunk Festival Part 1

    You guys say we only focus on certain celebs, and don’t offer any thought provoking, original content.
    Well, this weekend, Fashion Bomb photographer Brandon Isralsky hit up the Afropunk festival, and I think you’ll like what he uncovered.
    Check out the eclectic set below:
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    A Jeremy Scott x Adidas ‘totem pole’ dress was a fantastic choice for this festival goer.
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    This young man took the day’s theme seriously in a kente printed hat and tank.
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    A yellow updo coordinated nicely with this fashionista’s yellow patterned dress.
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    This cropped top and skirt set, along with a dark lip offered a fabulous 90’s aesthetic.
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    A plaid shirt tied around the waist and studded boots provided perfect sartorial pops for this casual ensemble.
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    This festival attendee was the epitome of concert cool in rainbow color separates.
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    A crown, face printed tote, and cool sneaks were this young lady’s choice accessories for the event.

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    It’s been a while since I’ve seen Cross Colors! This gentleman spearheaded its revival in light toned separates.
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    Lastly, this young man was all about the 90’s, from his striped pants to high top fade to his MTV Yo! Raps decorated boombox.
    And that does it!
    Brandon snapped so many fly pix, there’s enough to have a Part 2! Keep an eye out for even more flix later this week.
    Until then, what do you think of Afropunk Festival chic?

    Claire

    Claire Sulmers is the publisher and founder of Fashion Bomb Daily, the #43 most influential style magazine in the world.

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