Video-Harlem Street Fashion-NYC, 29 Oct 2010
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It’s time for another episode of Processed Meat Fashion Blog‘s Video Street Fashion segment. In this episode we visited Harlem, NYC. Once the center of arts and culture of the early 20th century with the Harlem Renaissance, the neighborhood continues to thrive today. What we expected to see in terms of fashion was the obvious-puffy jackets, high tops, and baggy denim. But we were also delighted to find some super stylish, individualistic attire that inspired us to be more appreciative of one’s personal style.
This time we asked the residents of Harlem if they could design their own line, what kind of pieces would they like to have. We also asked them how important is it to them that the people they meet, and our surrounded by, be just as fashionable as they are. Let’s take a look, shall we?
FYI…the statue at the opening of the segment is a memorial of Civil Rights leader Adam Clayton Powell Jr. by Branley Cadet located at the Adam Clayton Powell Jr. State Office Building on 125th Street and Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Blvd, Harlem, NYC.
See you next time!