It’s been over 10 years since Afropunk inaugurated the first edition of its annual festival in Brooklyn’s Commodore Barry Park. Since then, icons like Lauryn Hill and D’Angelo have graced its stages, and the beloved two-day affair has easily become the best fashion show in New York City. This year, the lineup boasted a healthy crop of Latinx and Afro-Latinx performers, showcasing the anti-colonial punk of Downtown Boys, the cholo goth of Prayers, and the slick beats of The Whooligan.

From spiky chokers to colorful, Colombia-themed purses, check out some of our favorite looks from the festival below. –Isabelia Herrera, Music Editor

Photos by Itzel Alejandra Martinez for Remezcla

afropunk_music_itzel-60afropunk_music_itzel-61

afropunk_music_itzel-30

afropunk_music_itzel-36afropunk_music_itzel-37

afropunk_music_itzel-20

afropunk_music_itzel-22

afropunk_music_itzel-45afropunk_music_itzel-48

afropunk_music_itzel-15

afropunk_music_itzel-17afropunk_music_itzel-16

afropunk_music_itzel-58

afropunk_music_itzel-25afropunk_music_itzel-28

afropunk_music_itzel-33

afropunk_music_itzel-56afropunk_music_itzel-55

afropunk_music_itzel-39

afropunk_music_itzel-49afropunk_music_itzel-50

afropunk_music_itzel-23

afropunk_music_itzel-3afropunk_music_itzel-2

afropunk_music_itzel-7

afropunk_music_itzel-18afropunk_music_itzel-4

afropunk_music_itzel-44

afropunk_music_itzel-51afropunk_music_itzel-53

afropunk_music_itzel-62

afropunk_music_itzel-43afropunk_music_itzel-32afropunk_music_itzel-42

afropunk_music_itzel-31afropunk_music_itzel-54

afropunk_music_itzel-52

afropunk_music_itzel-14

afropunk_music_itzel-9

afropunk_music_itzel-41

afropunk_music_itzel-13