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Kerby Jean-Raymond’s drive-in Pyer Moss event could be the future of fashion in COVID-19 era

In September, Jean-Raymond’s fashion house will host an experience designed for social distancing—and debut a documentary about the designer’s singular vision.

Kerby Jean-Raymond’s drive-in Pyer Moss event could be the future of fashion in COVID-19 era
. “This film aims to show the love and care our entire company puts into every single moment we create and will show that we appreciate fashion as an art form and communication tool that we’ve used to embolden a community around us.”

2020欧洲杯体育线上投注The film features behind-the-scenes footage from the show spliced with archival footage related to Flatbush as Jean-Raymond narrates.

2020欧洲杯体育线上投注“The thesis was created to take elements of popular American society and show how black people had a hand in them,” Jean-Raymond says in the trailer. “So many of us, when we get opportunities and huge platforms, the first thing we do is leave. Slowly but surely, I’ve been finding my way back . . . now we’re finally home.”

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He continues to discuss how Rosetta Tharpe, a black queer woman, was a pioneer of rock and roll who rarely gets the same recognition as Chuck Berry. Tharpe’s erasure in history is a concept that parallels appropriation in fashion—something Jean-Raymond is passionate about, as we saw on Netflix’s Next in Fashion.

Following the New York premiere of American, Also in September, the film will screen at drive-ins across the country.

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