This year, Afropunk returned to Brooklyn for its tenth year — and it was better than ever. The annual free two-day fest in Commodore Barry Park hosted not just a wide variety of musical acts, but a crowd of spectators who stood out for their stellar street style. This was not a showcase of your average festival fashion — the cutoffs, crop tops, and flower crowns seen on the crowds at Coachella and Lollapalooza got a serious upgrade. Instead, there were brightly colored turbans, bold jewelry, and some seriously wild prints. Patterned dresses were a plenty, as were drop-crotch pants and denim vests. Plus, the beauty looks were on point, ranging from playful up-dos to simple, naturally styled locks. The scene was diverse, vibrant, and certainly filled to the brim with major players in the street-style game. Ahead, some of the best looks from the fest. You've never seen festival style like this.
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Latisha Daring, the blogger behind Global Style Gypsy, sports a sleek pair of white culottes with a vintage top and rag & bone jean jacket.
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Jewelry designer Reign Apiim shows off her eclectic style with a patterned yellow dress, bright blue socks, and an array of vibrant accessories.