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Morocco’s Amine Bendriouich in Vogue’s 100 Most Revolutionary Creatives

Morocco’s Amine Bendriouich in Vogue’s 100 Most Revolutionary Creatives

Rabat – Amine Bendriouich has said the prestigious magazine Vogue chose him as one of the “100 most influential and revolutionary creatives.”

In an article posted Wednesday, September 5, called “Designer and Glamour Boy Amine Bendriouich Puts a Unisex Spin on Dressing a la Marocaine,” the fashion magazine described the artist as “a part of a new wave of Moroccan thinkers and creators.”

Proud of the glowing portrait, Bendriouich shared it with his 12.5 thousand followers on Instagram.

“Dear Family & friends, I got proudly selected by @voguemagazine as one of the 100 most influential & revolutionary creatives in independent fashion & street style.

This is a child dream come true, thank every single one I had the chance to meet for all your love & support to get to places,” he wrote.

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Dear Family & friends, I got proudly selected by @voguemagazine as one of the 100 most influential & revolutionary creatives in in independent fashion & street style. This is a child dream come true, thank every single one I had the chance to meet for all your love & support to get to places. Photo by my brother: @hassanhajjaj_larache for @soledxb 2015 SHARE THE LOVE ?????? LINK IN BIO ?? ?: @lilahramzi #Repost @hassanhajjaj_larache with @get_repost ??? Im so proud to see my brother amine in vogue and share this moment with also.my other brother yoriyas….( Designer and Glamour Boy Amine Bendriouich Puts a Unisex Spin on Dressing à la Marocaine).VOGUE #vogue #magazine #aminebendriouich #fashion #designer #couture #bullshit #vogue100 #most #influential #revolutionary #streetstyle #indi #thanks #grateful #rocketman #fart #boy #yoriyas #street #photography #hassanhajjaj #art

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Bendriouich explained to Vogue that he first began designing clothes to attract girls and impress them with sketches of custom collections. “I was broke as a kid and couldn’t invite girls out,” he said.

An artist and designer, Bendriouich lives between Marrakech, Casablanca, and Berlin. Graduated from the fashion school Esmod of Tunis, the 30-year-old fashion icon distinguished by his unique style.

The winner of the 2009 Createurope prize, Bendriouich founded “Hmar ou Bikhir” (Dumb and Fine) with his friends. The T-shirt line earned notoriety through committed messages.

Bendriouich made a name for himself with an explosive mixture of eccentric, modern, but also Berber-inspired folk pieces.

A few years after “Hmar ou Bikhir,” the stylist created his own brand: Amine Bendriouich, Couture & Bullshit, a unisex and urban brand, for which he collaborates with renowned artists, such as stylist and photographer Hassan Hajjaj.

In January 2017, he won the OpenMyMed prize in Marseille, which supports young designers in the Mediterranean region.

When Bendriouich talks about his  work, he describes it as an “insolent and nonchalant reflection on fashion and society.”

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