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“Cross Colours: Black Fashion in the 20th Century”

Things to do, Exhibitions California African American Museum , USC/Exposition Park Until Sunday March 1 2020 Free
Cross Colours advertisement in URB magazine featuring Djimon Hounsou, ca. 1991.
Photograph: Courtesy Michael Segal/Cross Colours Archive Cross Colours advertisement in URB magazine featuring Djimon Hounsou, ca. 1991.

Time Out says

This CAAM exhibition examines the legacy of Carl Jones and TJ Walker’s Cross Colours clothing line, an African-American–owned brand that skyrocketed in popularity following its placement in the first season of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air. Expect to see vintage textiles, media footage and rare ephemera.

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Venue name: California African American Museum
Address: Exposition Park
600 State Dr
Los Angeles
90037
Cross street: between S Figueroa Street & Bill Robertson Lane
Price: Free

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