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Anthropo-Scene: How to Dress Like a Human in the Triangle 

So, what are humans wearing in the Triangle these days? We fanned out to find stylish folks and ask them two questions:
1. What fashion trend from the 2000s are you nostalgic for?
2. What is your favorite item you are wearing today, and why?


Sherif Fouad - PHOTO BY TODD TURNER
  • Photo by Todd Turner
  • Sherif Fouad
1. Mock turtlenecks
2. "My Salence jacket. It's so versatile. Dress up, dress down, travel, and raincoat."



Maria Belle Perez Rivera - PHOTO BY TODD TURNER
  • Photo by Todd Turner
  • Maria Belle Perez Rivera
1. High-top sneakers
2. "My vegan leather purse, because it goes with everything. It's a conversation starter."



Natalie Drennon - PHOTO BY TODD TURNER
  • Photo by Todd Turner
  • Natalie Drennon
1. Jelly backpacks
2. "My patent leather mini-satchel, because it's the cutest thing alive. It ties all of my outfits together with a pop because of the fabric."



Jordan Graham - PHOTO BY TODD TURNER
  • Photo by Todd Turner
  • Jordan Graham
1. Tall white tees
2. "My turtleneck sweater. It's from my childhood. I've had it since I was ten or eleven years old. I used to passionately hate it. Now I passionately love it."



Leslie Woods - PHOTO BY TODD TURNER
  • Photo by Todd Turner
  • Leslie Woods
1. Crop tops
2. "My Raleigh Raw sweatshirt, because we made them."



Christian Nance - PHOTO BY TODD TURNER
  • Photo by Todd Turner
  • Christian Nance
1. Nike SB's
2. "My shirt. It was a gift from my girlfriend and it's made by one of my favorite brands."



Hannah Mcleod - PHOTO BY TODD TURNER
  • Photo by Todd Turner
  • Hannah Mcleod
1. Flannels buttoned all the way up
2. "My skirt. It used to be floor-length and I chopped it off."



Treveon Govan - PHOTO BY TODD TURNER
  • Photo by Todd Turner
  • Treveon Govan
1. FUBU jerseys
2. "My necklace. My best friend made it for me and it's got a lot of sentimental value."

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