Jersey City’s inaugural Day of Fashion aims to move city out of the shadow of New York City

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It was just two years ago when Shaleia Jamerson left her job at Gucci to pursue her own streetwear clothing line, Gnarly Casual, full time. But now she is looking to push her brand to the next level. Jamerson, 25, is one of over 1,200 fashionistas lined up Wednesday to participate in Jersey City’s inaugural Day of Fashion, hosted by Mana Contemporary. The day consists of nine events spread throughout the city, allowing Jersey City’s fashion industry to connect and strut its way out of of New York City’s shadow. These events include panel discussions, seminars on sneaker culture and fashion tre…

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