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Status Apparel DC's Month of August

August was Black Business Month and we were pretty busy! Here are some of the breakdowns of our pop ups during the month of August.

First up on August 6th, was the Pack Party 4, put together by @thepack.world. The Pack is a collective of DC Natives that use their platform to shed light on the art and culture of our city. They highlight other DC creatives making a difference along with the culture of the city that is often overshadowed by the effects of gentrification. Major shoutout to the good guys over at @thepack.world on another successful event and overall amazing function Saturday August 6th. Glad we were apart of things again this year. Check out our set up from the event. As always we appreciate the continued support. 📸 by @macdaddyphotos.


On Sunday August 7th we got the opportunity to work with No Kids Allowed DC and set up shop in their front lobby. NKA is DC’s #1 gifting shop and advocate for the rights of the cannabis and DC creative community. No Kids Allowed spent each Sunday of August highlighting a business for Black Business Month. Here’s a recap of the day below.


Sunday August 23rd we were back in Philly with our family at Black Soul Summer for the Inaugural Hip-Hop in the Park festival on Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The mission statement of the Black Soul Summer Collective is to reclaim ownership of local entertainment commerce within black & brown communities. This event overall was love with @blacksoulsummer in partnership with Philly artist @tameartz .The scenery was great, the people were amazing and the vibes were high. Check out our recap of the day! Visit our website StatusApparelDC.com (link in bio) and make sure to follow our partners over @blendz202 🤝‼️



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