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The Fashion of Calle Ocho 2013

The Fashion of Calle Ocho 2013

Cubans, Puerto Ricans, Dominicans, and more all use Calle Ocho as the perfect opportunity to show national pride through fashion. From airbrushed t-shirts to flags draped around the neck, there doesn't seem to be a wrong way to express love for one's home country.

- The Food of Calle Ocho 2013
- The Music of Calle Ocho 2013


Cubans, Puerto Ricans, Dominicans, and more all use Calle Ocho as the perfect opportunity to show national pride through fashion. From airbrushed t-shirts to flags draped around the neck, there doesn't seem to be a wrong way to express love for one's home country.

- The Food of Calle Ocho 2013
- The Music of Calle Ocho 2013
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