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Diaspora Style: The Flyest Ladies in Brooklyn

Get your dose of style inspiration with this gallery of some of the flyest women in Brooklyn.

DIASPORA—Last week, we posted about the finest men in Brooklyn, and now it's time to highlight the ladies.


There's a wealth of fun and fabulous women in the city and we were able to take to the streets to capture their outstanding style. These women lit up our screen with their smiles, spirits, and overall flyness. After seeing them, we couldn't be more inspired to step our fashion game up for the summer.

If you're looking for a little inspiration yourself, or would simply like to stare at photos of lovely, dynamic human beings—look no further. Below, we give you a gallery of some of the flyest women in Brooklyn. You're welcome!

Photo by Leon Williams.

Photo by Leon Williams.

Photo by Leon Williams.

Photo by Leon Williams.

Photo by Leon Williams.

Photo by Leon Williams.

Photo by Leon Williams.

Photo by Leon Williams.

Photo by Leon Williams.

Photo by Leon Williams.

Photo by Kobina DeGraft Johnson.

Photo by Kobina DeGraft Johnson.

Photo by Kobina DeGraft Johnson.

Photo by Kobina DeGraft Johnson.

Photo by Kobina DeGraft Johnson.

Photo by Kobina DeGraft Johnson.

Photo by Kobina DeGraft Johnson.

Photo by Kobina DeGraft Johnson.

Photo by Kobina DeGraft Johnson.

Photo by Kobina DeGraft Johnson.

Photo by Kobina DeGraft Johnson.

Photo by Kobina DeGraft Johnson.

Photo by Kobina DeGraft Johnson.

 

 

 

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