Religion & Beliefs

Hasid is the New Black

Even though the duds created by Uncommon Creatures bears more of a resemblance to WWE superstar The Undertaker, we need to applaud those wacky Danes for attempting to bring Shtetl Fabulous to a whole new level.    "a pair of designers … Read More

By / April 14, 2010

Even though the duds created by Uncommon Creatures bears more of a resemblance to WWE superstar The Undertaker, we need to applaud those wacky Danes for attempting to bring Shtetl Fabulous to a whole new level.   

"a pair of designers from Denmark had a very different reaction to their recent encounters with Brooklyn’s Satmar community. Christina Horjris Ottosen and Jens Kold-Christensen were visiting New York from Copenahgen (a city known more for the cute girls in its bike lanes than anything shtetl at all) when they came across young Orthodox teenager on a Brooklyn-bound subway, and, gleefully disregarding any potential for political or religious sensitivity at all, leaped straight to another, possibly more important point: those big hats are kind of fucking rad, and besides, long drapey black stuff is pretty much always okay." (Via Impose)