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Photos: Fashion Of All Stripes From FYF Fest Day 2

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It's really hard to put a finger on what FYF Fest fashion is, exactly. And maybe that's a good thing. From the dapper, to the all-black, to the semi-nude, to fannypacks, and to vintage sundresses, it seemed as if all corners of the sartorial world was represented. Of course, none of this could match up with some of the night's performers, especially when you have billing that includes the likes of Anohni and Grace Jones.

Weirdly, there were also a lot of soccer jerseys—representing teams from Manchester United to Barcelona F.C. And this writer would like to give a shoutout to the guy in a Slipknot T-shirt. Plus that guy with a Bob Newhart tee? Major points for originality.

Chelsea Wolfe, Denzel Curry, Preoccupations, and Gold Panda were gracious enough to let his document their personal looks backstage. We'd like to express our gratitude towards them.