Petri’s vision for Buffalo was almost prophetic; it foreshadowed contemporary fashion’s increasingly post-gender identity, laid the groundwork for the merging of sportswear and high fashion, and elevated youth street style to glossy new heights. Buffalo was more than a trend; it was more like a multi-faceted, avant-garde state of mind. Below, in an exclusive interview, seminal Buffalo photographer Jaime Morgan and stylist Barry Kamen tell The FADER how this largely unsung style movement came to be so influential, and how the inventive spirit of its late leader lives ons.
"There were some things that we were doing that we knew would make noise, but that wasn't the reason todo it. It's never the reason to do anything." - Barry Kamen