Hartford Has Style
9:09 am
Tue May 13, 2014

Blue Mic Radio Talks Fashion on Hartford's Pratt Street

Students at the Journalism and Media Academy in Hartford took to Pratt Street downtown recently to talk to people on the street about fashion. 

JMA's Blue Mic Radio teamed up with the Learning Lab at Connecticut Public Broadcasting to interview local business owners and models about Hartford's style, and their own. They were previewing an upcoming fashion show and party on May 17 called Hartford Has Style.

Keith Claytor talks fashion outside the NIRO storefront with Blue Mic Radio on Pratt Street.
Keith Claytor talks fashion outside the NIRO storefront with Blue Mic Radio on Pratt Street.
Credit Keron Johnson / CPBN Learning Lab
Student Greidy and Learning Lab fellow Frank Wallace work with a camera on Pratt Street.
Student Greidy and Learning Lab fellow Frank Wallace work with a camera on Pratt Street.
Credit Nardia Gayle / CPBN Learning Lab
Student Nardia interviews Julie Ramirez on a mini red carpet on Pratt Street.
Student Nardia interviews Julie Ramirez on a mini red carpet on Pratt Street.
Credit Paul Pfeffer / CPBN Learning Lab
Fashion on display at NIRO on Pratt Street.
Fashion on display at NIRO on Pratt Street.
Credit Paul Pfeffer / CPBN Learning Lab
Student Nardia interviews Joe Jones about fashion on Pratt Street.
Student Nardia interviews Joe Jones about fashion on Pratt Street.
Credit Paul Pfeffer / CPBN Learning Lab
Greidy holds a recorder on Pratt Street.
Greidy holds a recorder on Pratt Street.
Credit Nadia Gayle / CPBN Learning Lab

WNPR's Where We Live featured an excerpt from Blue Mic Radio's latest podcast, all about fashion and individuality. Listen to the segment below: