Fashion has long been a means of self-expression, allowing individuals to showcase their personalities, beliefs, and unique sense of style. From the clothes we wear to the accessories we choose, fashion has the power to communicate who we are and what we stand for.
Art inspires, whether it’s classic tales like Pride and Prejudice, where Jane Austin highlights the social injustices that women were facing in the 1800s, or modern art like Andy Warhol’s “Big Electric Chair,” a painting that stirs up thoughts on capital punishment.
I stopped caring about sports around the age of 10, when I started skateboarding. I don’t like the uniforms, the coaches, the rules, the practices, and much more. When I attended soccer games as a kid in Bolivia, I was more interested in the complete madness and partying that was happening around me than in the actual game.