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The New Black Vanguard Went Around Editors to Gain Following

New York-Fashion Week

Today is the release of Aperture's newest book The New Black Vanguard. Written and edited by curator and critic, Antwaun Sargent, the book portrays 15 black fashion photographers who have all gone around traditional media to build their careers. Talent like Tyler Mitchell, the first and only ever black photographer to have his work on the cover of Vogue, Micaiah Carter and more have all contributed to the book, which is filled with beautiful imagery as well as important conversations between the older and younger generation of black photographers. Before the launch party at the Top of The Standard, we met up with Sargent to discuss the powerful message behind the book. 

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Fashion Week is Dead, Long Live Fashion Week

New York-Fashion Week

5 reasons it no longer makes sense. 5 reasons it shall live long and prosper

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