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Inside Pyer Moss’ Haunting Celebration of Black Power at NYFW

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The clothes from Pyer Moss's latest collection came with clear messaging. In a man’s all-white ensemble, a cumberbund read: “See us now,” and the FUBU (For Us By Us) emblem and logo featured in multiple looks.

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Pyer Moss Celebrates African-American Culture, Art and Design at Historic Brooklyn Space

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To drive home his celebration of African-American culture, he even threw a FUBU collaboration in the mix. Jean-Raymond stuck to a primary color palette of red, yellow and blue, including an abstract geometric print, while artwork by Derrick Adams provided graphics that represented facets of black life and individuals.

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Kerby Jean Raymond Takes Pyer Moss to Brownville

Jean-Raymond continued his Reebok partnership this season with technical outerwear, shorts, wide-cut active trousers, and sneakers. The designer also teamed up with Daymond Johns's Queens-born sportswear label Fubu on a maxi dress informed by sports jerseys, a tunic version in a children's size finished with a cape, and a pale yellow, logo vest.

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The Pyer Moss Show Was Held In Weeksville, One Of America’s First Free Black Communities

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Jean-Raymond is fast becoming a medium for social commentary and is committed to reclaiming the legacy of the black and brown designers who came before him. The designer already has collaborations with Levi’s and Reebok, and this season he teamed up 1990s streetwear label FUBU (For Us By Us) on a capsule collection.

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THE PYER MOSS SPRING 2019 COLLECTION WAS A POWERFUL CELEBRATION OF BLACK CULTURE

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Designer Kerby Jean-Raymond brought showgoers to Weeksville in honor of his brand's fifth anniversary, an ongoing partnership with Reebok, new artwork by Derrick Adams, a Fubu collaboration and, above all, the African-American experience. Following up to Jean-Raymond's fall collaboration with Cross Colours, the designer revealed new apparel for Fubu — the "For Us By Us" clothing line launched by Daymond John in 1992 — including a cropped yellow vest and a black gown with a logo emblem. In a time where streetwear has infiltrated the luxury space and '90s-era clothing continues to take over mainstream retailers, it's a nod to one of the brands that cultivated the once-niche trend that should not be ignored.

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