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Asher Brunings: “racism its something most people forget of in our community.”

Asher Brunings (@asherbrunings) is a nineteen years old content creator from the Netherlands who has a very interesting style which is shown on his Instagram feed. In this interview, we asked him about fashion matters but also more personal questions.

Asher Brunings: "racism its something most people forget of in our community."  Asher Brunings: "racism its something most people forget of in our community." Vanity Teen Menswear & new faces magazine
Casper Bijmans : @csprb

Regarding more personal matters, in addition to the Black Lives Movement, he opens up and tells us how he sees this movement and how does he feel about racism in our society. He also sends an encouraging message to live your life as you want it, not only to impress anybody.

Read the whole interview here:

Q: Judging from your Instagram outfits we can say you like wearing any kind of clothes, but which would you say is your predominant style? In which are you more comfortable?
A: I do wear all kinds of clothes but I’m most comfortable in streetwear instead of more classy outfits. 

Q: Has it been easy for you to start in the fashion industry? 
A: It was easy to start of course because you just make an account and do your thing but it was really hard to grow if you ask me. 

Q: What inspires you in order to create?
A: My followers that tell me they look up to me or that I inspire them to dress up/try something different, that really keeps me going.

Q: Are there any black people in the fashion industry? What do you think of that? 
A: In my opinion, there are a lot and there is always room for more, of course, I like to see that because most of them are people that inspire me and let me try different things.

Asher Brunings: "racism its something most people forget of in our community."  Asher Brunings: "racism its something most people forget of in our community." Vanity Teen Menswear & new faces magazine
Casper Bijmans: @csprb

Q: How do you feel about the “Black lives matter” movement? How are you living this moment? 
A: I think racism its something most people forget of in our community, people think that its something that only happens a few times and forget that it happens day in day out without people caring. Everything that is going on right now is for me a wake-up call to the world to remember them that there is still a lot of racism going on and that we not take it anymore. Enough is enough.

Q: If you had the ability to change the past, would you change anything personal? 
A: To be honest no because everything happens for a reason and if I would change it I might not end up the same way as today or didn’t get to know people I care for until this day. I am who I am and I’ll like to keep it that way.

Q: Which message would you like to send to the world? 
A: My message to the world would be: Don’t live your life just to impress, have fun while you’re at it, do you and make the best out of every moment because u never know when it could be your last.

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