AI_SHA – with Katrice Dustin: a P. for F. (Part III) Can you participate in fashion if you don't have money? Katrice answers. And later I wile out talking about the transformative power of clothes.
Some fashion things Katrice made reference to during our talk:
ShowStudio: http://showstudio.com/ Lou Stoppard:http://showstudio.com/contributor/lou_stoppard Nick Knighthttp://nickknight.com/http://showstudio.com/contributor/nick_knight Gareth Pugh SS 15 Show Video:http://showstudio.com/project/gareth_pugh_s_s_15 Marta Jakubowski http://1granary.com/central-saint-martins-fashion/marta-jakubowski/ 1Granary http://1granary.com/opinion/new-identity-fashion-designer-age-internet/ 160Grams http://www.160grams.com/ Client Magazinehttp://www.clientmagazine.co.uk/ F-Journalshttp://www.f-journals.com/
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Aisha Sasha John is a dance improviser and poet. She was born in Montreal, but spent most of her childhood in Vancouver, and currently lives in Toronto. John has a BA in African Studies and Semiotics from the University of Toronto and an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Guelph. Her first book, The Shining Material, was published by BookThug in 2011. Her new collection is THOU (BookThug 2014). Follow John at http://www.aishasashajohn.tumblr.com.