Best of New York Fashion Week: Pyer Moss

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by adakallgren on 17 September, 2015

For this season, Kerby Jean-Raymond expressed his long-standing concern for police brutality towards Afro-Americans.

On our minds is the thought-provocative show from Pyer Moss on the second day of NYFW. For the season, founder and head designer Kerby Jean-Raymond expressed his long-standing concern for police brutality towards Afro-Americans in a show described by Huffington Post as the most powerful of the season. A personal victim himself, Jean-Raymond started his presentation with a film clip featuring interviews with friends and relatives of police violence fatalities. The collection clearly mirrored the cause with street-influenced pieces painted with blood-like stains and names of known victims by artist Gregory Siff. Read Huffpost Style’s review of the show here.


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