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Editorial: Meet Antwerp-Based Sustainable Streetwear Label Kaboosh

Meet Kaboosh, a contemporary streetwear label that makes clothes with sustainable fabrics, under ethical conditions, and in a transparent way. It tries to be a middle finger to the judgmental, racist, homophobic, xenophobic, capitalistic system we live under. Captured by photographer Matthieu Teissier and stylist Veronica Ruggeri in an exclusive editorial for Enfnts Terribles.

 

 

KABOOSH, derived from the root-word “Khanabadosh” or “Khana-badosh”, from the founder’s mother tongue “Urdu” which is a word used to describe Nomads.

Photography by Mathieu Teissier
Styling by Veronica Ruggeri
Makeup and hair by Mathilde Van Hoof
Models: Yassine (IMM Bruxelles), Tania (IMM Bruxelles), and Nino (The Troopers)

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