Trashy Clothing Digitally Tackles Palestinian Occupation

Trashing Clothing, an LGBT Ready-to-Wear Palestinian fashion brand was founded with a unique fusion of political satire, provocativeness, kitsch culture, and wit. The brand, whose work conveys both beauty and agony, aims to represent the Palestinian Peoples capacity to endure adversity.  In exploring and playing with the concept of what is deemed “cheap” or “trashy”…

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Apollo and Dionysus as Lovers

Apollo and Dionysus are Lovers is a queer reimagining of the two dichotomic gods of order and chaos, of man’s endless search for perfection against the backdrop of nature’s perpetual chaos, rebellion, and ecstasy. Photographed by Hannah Sommer and styled by Sepehr Badiei, Badiei juxtaposes handmade garments from emerging brands, Shannen Maria Samuel and Janavi…

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Kate Kidney Bishop and Celia Croft’s Core

Celia Croft, a photographer, and Kate Kidney Bishop, a stylist, are both creatives fascinated by the world of women’s bodybuilding. Outsiders of the subculture, the two artists were intrigued by the sports high-flying aesthetic and its melange of “glamour mixed in with the extremes of a challenging sport.” Bishop was equally intrigued by “the interaction…

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