It “is a child’s dream come true” for the successful Moroccan creator Amine Bendriouich. On September 5, the American edition of Vogue drew the portrait of this artist by describing him as “Designer and glamour boy who puts a unisex touch in the Moroccan on Dressing à la Marocaine”.
Arecognition that the designer hastened to share proudly on his social networks.
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In the story piece, Bendriouich went on to talk about his debut as a designer revealing that he first began designing clothes to impress girls. “Soon after, Bendriouich started making his own clothes, partly to continue to impress girls but mostly because his wardrobe (…) was limited,” reads the article.
Friend of photographer and talented artist Hassan Hajjaj, Amine Bendriouich made a sensation at the Fashion Forward Dubai which back in October 2017.
Since the launch of his first collection ” Hmar ou bikhir” in 2008 , a line of t-shirts diverting the logos of big brands with humor, nothing seems to stop this terrible child of fashion who will be present at the Oasis Festival with his pop up store ” Welcome to the kingdom “. Festival-goers will be able to wear the original creations of the designer while discovering his universe.