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Published February 13, 2018

Marvel Studios Presents Black Panther ‘Welcome to Wakanda’ NYFW Event

Celebrate the fashion inspired by the upcoming Marvel Studios film!

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Last night, Marvel Studios hosted a New York Fashion Week event to celebrate “Black Panther” and showcase bespoke designer pieces and capsule collections inspired by the film.

CHROMAT, Cushnie et Ochs, Fear of God, Ikiré Jones, Laquan Smith, Sophie Theallet, and Tome, who were selected for their dedication to empowerment and individualism through fashion, created one-of-a-kind pieces interpreting different characters and themes from the movie.

Brother Vellies, Douriean Fletcher and Josh Bennett created capsule collections that will also be available for purchase on their respective websites as of today.

Take a look at the items on display in an immersive, Wakanda-inspired venue as well as the inspiration behind these pieces in the gallery below!

Following the event, the one-of-a-kind looks will be auctioned off via CharityBuzz.com in support of the humanitarian organization, Save the Children.

Get your tickets now for “Black Panther” and stay tuned for even more royal action in the coming days!

“Black Panther” hits theaters February 16! While you await the King, follow @theblackpanther on Twitter and like Black Panther’s official Facebook page!

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