People, when they say 'streetwear,' they miss the central component, which is that it's real people; it's clothes that are worn on the street.
My lifestyle doesn't really account for movies. I can't even remember what I last saw.
I'm always trying to prove to my 17-year-old self that I can do creative things I thought weren't possible.
Murakami's ability to deconstruct and his aesthetic and conceptual freedom have been totally inspiring for me.
I like the idea of a fully realized collection with artists.
My dad is a Ghanaian immigrant, and he wanted a son who was an engineer.
I'm constantly inspired by my friends and the people I surround myself with and the cities that I'm traveling to.
The most important message is to let me just focus on making the most beautiful normcore clothes, but as luxurious as possible.