Pyer Moss Spring-Summer 2020 The Blaxploitation of Rock and Roll
The Pyer Moss Spring-Summer 2020 NYFW made me think to imagine if Saturday Night Fever or the God Farther had an all-black cast. Kerby Jean-Raymond went digging in the crates to pay homage to Blaxploitation and Rock and Roll for his latest collection. The collection took us through the era of Rock and Roll from the eyes of black people. With a little gangsta lean, throwbacks to the birth of hip hop and Harlem Nights.
Pyer Moss NYFW Runway Spring 2019
After a Hiatus, last season, Kerby Jean-Raymond was ready for his come back. Shortly after winning the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund award Guess Who’s Back? Staying loyal to is a dedication to celebrate black and brown culture in America. The designer took us back to Brooklyn.
The designer had is name in lights with a cue as if waiting to get picked back in the day at a downtown Manhattan night club. Where it all deepened on who you knew at the door or how fly you looked. This was the atmosphere at the venue for the show —a combination of fashion editors, celebrities, bloggers and fans who were lucky enough to score one of 500 free tickets.
The Pyer Moss Spring-Summer 2020 Brings Us to Church
The designer defiantly has fans and The Pyer Moss Spring-Summer 2020 collection catered to the audience. It was Bridge and Tunnel crowd and cool. With enough space in the venue to allow for 3,000 people to attend. The line was around the block in Flatbush Brooklyn, who got all these people here. Pyer Moss.