Sep 02

Street Style Huntress: Afrikadey! World Music Festival

by Aldona Barutowicz · 0 comments


This year marked the 25th anniversary of Afrikadey! Festival, which once again brought out some awesome music and awesome style! The essence and goal of the festival is to present the opportunity for a gathering place and to embrace cultural diversity in our city - which was certainly accomplished. I had a wonderful time meeting new people, shopping the various booths that carried some incredible clothes and jewelry, and photographing cool style - and this year I decided to capture more candid moments of the festivities, on what turned out to be a beautiful day at Prince’s Island Park.

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