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from the current issue fw23

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RAY MIAH

Designer and founder of Oreé NYC, Ray Miah shares his film photography editorial work for Boy Blondey's latest campaign "Shanty Town", featuring model @kevshomme of V Management. 

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NICO HENRIQUEZ

Brooklyn-based photographer captures editorial shots for label Boy Blondey, featuring models Malik Yancey (pictured) @mahlek and brand founder Davontay Ivery. 

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ADAM ZHU

Skater, artist, activist and East Village native Adam Zhu describes what skateboarding means for him, the role Tompkins Square Park has played in the surrounding neighborhood, and describes Tompkins as a community. 

JAMAICA: POPCULTURE'S NEVER-ENDING REFERENCE LIBRARY

NOEL BRONSON
February 5, 2023

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DAVONTAY IVERY

Brooklyn-based fashion designer Davontay Ivery runs us through the latest with his brand Boy Blondey, the brand's narrative surrounding African-American history and diaspora, and his passion for Jazz music. 

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DEAN MAJD

A fine artist from Queens, New York, Dean formed his deep intimate, poetic, and cinematic style through snapshot, candid moments and impromptu portraiture. Seen in this introspective, his works explores brotherhood, masculinity and the overall human condition. 

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CAMERON CLARKE

Jai Street's first cover artist photographer Cameron Clarke recounts old skate magazines as initial inspiration, the transition from street to portrait photography, black and white vs color, and photography as a replacement for his once outlet, football. 

JAMAICA: POPCULTURE'S NEVER-ENDING REFERENCE LIBRARY

NOEL BRONSON
February 5, 2023

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NOEL BRONSON

Bronx-based creative consultant and Palisadoes System founder Noel Bronson details Jamaica's current sphere of influence in the creative industry, titled "Jamaica: Pop Culture's Never-Ending Reference Library."

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MEIGHAN CORDERO

Brooklyn-born photographer Meighan Cordero's work started with her desire to document her closest friends and Puerto Rican culture, shown in this introspective. Her love of different cultures and documenting people in their truest form keeps her going. 

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RAYMOND CHARLES

Born in Philly but grew up in Puerto Rico, Raymond Charles believes in the idea behind analog photography: they're aren't any re-tries. Unlike digital, you learn to work with what you got and look at the bright side of things. You can capture the actual emotions of a photo. 

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BERNIE GROSS

Extra Butter founder and creative director Bernie Gross unpacks the importance of New York City's Lower East Side in serving as inspiration and providing a foundation for streetwear today. 

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TARAK JAYACHANDRAN

Jai Street founder and creative director speaks about the magazine's inspiration, why New York City is the best place to be for a creative, and shares a personal body of work in a brief photo introspective. 

JAMAICA: POPCULTURE'S NEVER-ENDING REFERENCE LIBRARY

the editorial

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PE$O | MODEL

My name is Kyron Fischer (@p.x.s.o) but I'm better known as PE$O. I am 20 years old and was born in Harlem, New York. I've been modeling since February 2020. 

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NIFTY | MUSIC

I'd like to think I'm a very colorful and saturated person with any medium I try to approach. I love richness whether that be in sound, color in a photo, it gives me a sense of comfortability and I try to reflect that in my work.

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DAVONATY IVERY

This Friday, Brooklyn-based label, Boy Blondey is set to release their latest Fall Winter collection, ‘Shanty Town’. Filled with vibrant colors and eye-catching graphics, the capsule is hard to miss and tells a unique story.

NOEL BRONSON
February 5, 2023

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AN ICON: VIRGIL ABLOH (1980-2021)

He was a pioneer and creator, someone who influenced so many. Virgil managed to bring together two polar opposite worlds, streetwear and high fashion. An architect by training, he approached design through a new lens. Everything Virgil did told a story, was done for a reason, and had a purpose behind it.

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DAVONATY IVERY

Q: Introduce yourself

A: My name’s Adam Zhu. I grew up in the East Village on 12th street just a few blocks from Tompkins. Tompkins has always been kinda like a home base for me.

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