AMIR
Attorney Counsel – Lawyer – Legal adviser

Our eyes met by chance, in front of a counter at the Enfants Rouges market. But in reality, it was his pants that first caught our attention: a camouflage pattern but “upgraded” with gold threads.

When Amir, who is a lawyer, was asked about his style, he said: “For me, fashion is about expressing who you are; it is not a way of affirming belonging to this or that tribe. I want to escape the normal and the everyday,” says Amir, who only follows one rule: never wear jeans!

What inspires him is exoticism. The Orient in general and Japan in particular. A country whose silk fabrics enchant him. As for shoes, he likes sleepers “because they’re as comfortable as slippers”.

As for the favorite brands of this Parisian, recently returned from New York, it is that of Haider Ackermann, the god of sensual purity, followed by Rick Owens whose minimalism Amir appreciates.

A recent Maraisian, he feels good in le Marais which reminds him a little of Greenwich Village in New York, intimate and cosmopolitan at the same time. “Despite the crowd, people know each other, greet each other, smile at each other” Yes, le Marais is a village!

T-shirt – All Saints

Jeans - Zara

Jacket –Haider Ackermann

Shoes –Haider Ackermann

Sunglasses – Eyevan 7285

Wrist watch – Jeager Lecoultre

Text and Photos: Katia Barillot

24.09.20

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