The FAIK ART Interview

I have been interested in fashion and street fashion culture for as long as I can remember. I personally define street fashion culture as a mix of fashion and daily wear of self-expression but everyone has their own take. I recently I got the opportunity to sit down with street wear brand, FAIK ART, for an interview on their vision, what drives them to create, and one day being a huge staple in the street wear industry. Be sure to check them out on all social media linked at the bottom of the interview.

  

 BIO:

FAIK ART is a visual arts brand. Our visual identity represents a mixture of complementary forces that interact to create a sense of balance in the viewers world.

Art is necessary in everyday life. That’s why we created a collection of “chill-wear” clothing. Our casual, comfy clothes provide you with style and a bold visual experience.

 

Interview:

 Why did you choose fashion design as a career?

We’re passionate about fashion.

 

What is your favorite part of being a fashion designer?

It’s a field that allows you to express your creativity in whatever way you want.

 

Define fashion.

Fashion is how somebody expresses themselves through what they wear.

 

Where do you see your brand going in the next 2-5 years?

We don’t know. We’re very open to what lies ahead.

 

Who / what inspires you to design?

We’re inspired by creative ideas and people.

 

Can you give some advice to all of the up and coming fashion designers?

Just be true to yourself.

Don’t think about anyone else that could be in your way.

Don’t take yourself so seriously.

Work smart.

Work hard.

 

FAIK ART

faikart.com

IG: @faikart

FB: facebook.com/FA1KART

 

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