CLE‘s 3 Year Anniversary at the Dekalb Market in Brooklyn was an event filled with great times and people amongst the charm of free food and an amazing set of performances. As a day to remember, one cannot leave out mention of the impeccable presence of style among the Market’s fashion professionals.
First Flight is the perfect street wear for college students by college students. The Summer Collection features tanks and tees, with the popular “Red Cup Society” and “Cream” shirts. Check out their twitter account for more information.
Hoo-Kong is a handcrafted jewelry line also launched by a college student. At first glance these particular pieces look like typical silver and gold ornaments, but upon closer inspection, they are actually made with safety pins and beads, creating a look that is truly unique and eclectic. Take a closer look at Hoo-Kong jewlery and its owner here.
Alicia P. is a New York based designer who specializes couture jewelry, hand painted clothing and fine arts. Raised in Chicago from African American and Jewish descent, many of her creations reflect the vibrant colors and patterns of her diverse upbringing. The Rutgers graduate promotes the use of sustainable materials and her work has been featured in Tyler Perry movies, The New York Times, and The Fader. Learn more about Alicia P. at her website designsbyaliciap.com.
66 Black Birds by YakBlak & BSIXTEE6 is a store that has a little of everything. On one side, YakBlak Sunnies & Specs sells vintage hand refurbished sunglasses ranging from 20-60 years in age. On the other side, BSIXTEE6 is a cut and sew style shop, which sells an assortment of hand made watches, hats and sweaters. More on the duo can be found via shop yakblak.com and twitter.com/bsixtee6.
Flourish Accessories carries items from purses to home decor. Each piece is hand-selected by an in-house style guru with the keenest eye for style, leaving no room for error. Indulge in style here.