By  on November 29, 2018

It’s been over a year since Telfar Clemens won the 2017 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund and he’s used the money — $400,000 — to double down on all of the principles that distinguish Telfar as Telfar: genderless clothing, inclusivity and sportswear that’s just left of center.

But beyond that, the win has given Clemens the opportunity to amplify his community, and, in turn, welcome more people into it. His first show after receiving the award, which took place in February, was a moving experience titled “Music.” He and his creative partner, Babak Radboy, organized an intimate concert at Spring Street Studios directed by musicians Dev Hynes and Ian Isiah.

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