Brooklyn designer creates Carnival costumes

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A Brooklyn designer is adding the final touches on costumes to be worn during the annual West Indian American Day Parade.

Stronjeh has been helping to collaborate with other businesses to make costumes for the parade for the past seven years, however, this year they say they will be doing it alone.

They cut, sew and seam away inside their East Flatbush production facility.

They say costumes are the biggest part of the parade, and they want to make a statement with their products. 

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