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160 Grams | Rad Hourani Feature by Eric Sposito

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New fashion favorite Rad Hourani is featured with an interview in the latest from 160 Grams. The young designer talks about everything from his new secondary line to what drives his unisex appeal. Photographed by Eric Sposito, Hourani models clothes from his upcoming spring 2010 collection. The designer is also joined by Clement Heurtier and Adel styled by Matthieu Pabiot.

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  • Sophia

    Rad Hourani unisex vision is the future of fashion, he's a genious!

  • Sophia

    Rad Hourani unisex vision is the future of fashion, he's a genious!

  • Frederic Betancourt

    I LOVE this!

  • Frederic Betancourt

    I LOVE this!

  • Derek

    I agree he’s very talented and interesting but I’m not sure if ‘unisex,’ aka feminine, clothes on males are going to ever be popular. Rad has such an underground niche fashion market for gay men, I doubt he can really grow to the success of comparable designers.

  • Derek

    I agree he’s very talented and interesting but I’m not sure if ‘unisex,’ aka feminine, clothes on males are going to ever be popular. Rad has such an underground niche fashion market for gay men, I doubt he can really grow to the success of comparable designers.

  • Audrey

    i wish fashion was unisex. it would promote equality and diminish the barriers around who people can be based solely on their sex….

  • Audrey

    i wish fashion was unisex. it would promote equality and diminish the barriers around who people can be based solely on their sex….

  • jester

    I beleve this is crap! it started whit Gautier ant it never worked. His work is repetitive and dose'nt bring anything new to fashion netheir intelectual (certainely not) nor emotional. This is just another wanabee conceptual designer whit no clue what so ever of how to translate an idea to an actual lifestyle. Design whit one dimentional perspective that it .Sorry for the fans.

  • jester

    I beleve this is crap! it started whit Gautier ant it never worked. His work is repetitive and dose'nt bring anything new to fashion netheir intelectual (certainely not) nor emotional. This is just another wanabee conceptual designer whit no clue what so ever of how to translate an idea to an actual lifestyle. Design whit one dimentional perspective that it .Sorry for the fans.

  • http://twitter.com/Mckenziestyles Crystal Mckenzie

    Inspiring, thank you!

  • http://twitter.com/Mckenziestyles Crystal Mckenzie

    Inspiring, thank you!