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Hassan Hajjaj's rockstar portraits – in pictures Joe Casely-Hayford 2012 Metallic lambda print on dibond with wood and plastic mat frame

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Hassan Hajjaj's rockstar portraits – in pictures

Images from My Rockstars: Volume a series of studio portraits the Moroccan photographer has been working on since 1998

the photographer remixing louis vuitton with traditional african garb | Photography Hassan Hajjaj

the photographer remixing louis vuitton with traditional african garb

For his first showcase at Colette, photographer Hassan Hajjaj infuses fashion portraiture with African heritage, creating brightly colored images from woven plastic mats, stacks of empty canned goods, and cheap market finds.

Hassan Hajjaj's rockstar portraits – in pictures    Hassan Hajjaj's portraits from Marrakech capture the colour and spontaneity of his childhood in Morocco. His sitters – 'not just musicians but the snake charmer, henna girl, bad boy, male belly dancer' – often wear clothes he has designed, standing in spaces totally covered by patterns he has chosen, and the photographs are eventually set in a frame he has constructed.

Hassan Hajjaj's rockstar portraits – in pictures

I know there is a difference between ready to wear and runway but WTH is this

Ranking Avant-Garde Fashion for Actual Wearability

Mr M. Mazouz, 2013. Metallic Lambda print on Dibond with wood and found objects, 35 x 24.5 in. Courtesy of the artist and GUSFORD | los angeles.

These Portraits Of Moroccan Hipsters Are More Nuanced Than They Look

The New York Times sees shades of Matisse and Koons. ArtNet is convinced he's the next David LaChapelle. But Hassan Hajjaj, the Moroccan stylist and photographer, started out simply wanting to capture

African Prints in Fashion: Prints are an Attitude: Clover Canyon Resort 2014

Prints are an Attitude: Clover Canyon Resort 2014

I love the lines and her hair. :) VG African Prints in Fashion: Prints are an Attitude: Clover Canyon Resort 2014

Made You Look Hassan Hajjaj

Made You Look: Dandyism and Black Masculinity

“Africa on the Catwalk” is a fashion show featuring work by a wide range of African designers, including Moroccan photographer Hassan Hajjaj who is known for his colourful portraits.

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URBAN STREET STYLE LAGOS Donning tradition Yoruba sartorial ankara threads of the Buba (top) and Sokoto (pants) with a modern twist, likely influenced by the skinny jean for a tighter fit. Image courtesy of Nonny’s List All rights reserved

These Portraits Of Moroccan Hipsters Are More Nuanced Than They Look. YES YES YES.

These Portraits Of Moroccan Hipsters Are More Nuanced Than They Look

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