On the heels of last week's events, protests are obviously still in full swing -- so it only makes sense that Black Lives Matter activists are taking a stand at this year's New York Fashion Week: Men's events.
According to Complex, earlier today, a small group of protestors wearing shirts that said "Stop Killing Us" and "Black Lives Matter" gathered outside NYFWM's main venue at the Skylight Clarkson Square with signs. Most likely a response to fashion's tendency toward silence when it comes to responding to racial politics, looks like it may be time for more designers to follow Pyer Moss's lead...
The powerful #blacklivesmatter silent protest at #nyfw pic.twitter.com/fxtsHENbFy
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