Over the past 13 years, Afropunk has become hallowed ground for all types of black alternative culture.?The music and arts festival hosts vendors selling handmade jewelry, textiles, and other DIY wares; there’s a number of site-specific art installations; and, naturally, an on-point lineup of performers. This year’s roster included the likes of Tyler, the Creator, Miguel, and Janelle Monáe. And yet walking around the festival grounds, it’s clear that the style is just as worthy of the spotlight—indeed, Brooklyn’s Commodore Barry Park has become a full-on playground for those looking to express themselves in larger-than-life fashion. From cream-colored crocheted bodysuits to colorful ensembles custom made in Nigeria, the outfits seen at the festival this weekend were positively showstopping. Enough to give eccentric style queen Erykah Badu, who headlined this year, a run for her money.