A self-professed Fashion Television consumer, Palestinian designer Shukri Lawrence is featured on Vogue's project Youthquake, which features Gen Z creators who "are pushing the conversation forward in ways both awe-inspiring and audacious," as the publication states.
Along with his co-designer Omar Braika, they helm Trashy Clothing, which according to their website "is a queer ready-to-wear Palestinian fashion label that emerged with a hybrid mixture of political satire, sexiness, kitsch culture, and wit."
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According to Vogue: "Trashy Clothing’s latest collection, a celebration of politics and pop culture titled “Errrvision,” ties together Palestinian protestors and international competitions such as Miss Universe and Eurovision."
For the entire feature by journalist Liana Satenstein, read it on Vogue.com.