From the Middle East to Central America, including European Couture and Global mass production. I wear fragments from it all, but complete none, and that’s what makes ’I’ stand out.
Just like the art student doesn’t want to look like the law student, and the law student doesn’t want to look like the art student, clothes divide and unite at the same time. The artists and lawyer may love each other, but when getting dressed they apply codes of cloth, constructed to shape connotations, by which we come to define each other, and thus structure societies and civilisations through what is worn. My style is to consider cloth, culture and connotations. In other words fabrics, details and associations. Like here, wearing a Palestinian keffiyeh from @sepjordan, a Italian coat from @maisonvalentino, Scandinavian trousers from @hm, and Mexican boots from @r.soles - an eclectic mix of motives and materials shaped by culture, ranging from one offs to mass produced. I represent elements of them all, but complete none. And so the Asbjorg saga goes on 💫