This Is What Made In America Really Looked Like

The state of the union is strong.

Photographer Sam Balaban

When a festival is called Made In America, it's almost guaranteed that masses of people will show up from all over the country, ready to rep their city with pride. Festival-goers trekked from all over the U.S., providing us with a brief lens into how the kids in America really dress. As Lana Del Rey would say, they were young, dope and proud... like an American.

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This Is What Made In America Really Looked Like
This Is What Made In America Really Looked Like
This Is What Made In America Really Looked Like
This Is What Made In America Really Looked Like
This Is What Made In America Really Looked Like
This Is What Made In America Really Looked Like
This Is What Made In America Really Looked Like
This Is What Made In America Really Looked Like
This Is What Made In America Really Looked Like
This Is What Made In America Really Looked Like
This Is What Made In America Really Looked Like
This Is What Made In America Really Looked Like
This Is What Made In America Really Looked Like
This Is What Made In America Really Looked Like
This Is What Made In America Really Looked Like
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This Is What Made In America Really Looked Like
This Is What Made In America Really Looked Like
This Is What Made In America Really Looked Like
This Is What Made In America Really Looked Like
This Is What Made In America Really Looked Like
This Is What Made In America Really Looked Like
This Is What Made In America Really Looked Like
This Is What Made In America Really Looked Like