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We’re all in the same boat. I like to call it the “educated, responsible adult boat”. Oh and single. We’re definitely all single. Or at least single in the eyes of family members. And we are declaring our hatred of marriage. Blame it on the economy, blame it the increased evidence of the sexualization of America’s youth (Skins, Jersey Shore anyone?) but we’re all hanging out, toiling, waiting for “the conversation.”
Before our interreligious marriage, we were just two kids interreligiously dating, which was easier. We avoided any mention of religion, aside from a few passing discussions on how far we’d each reached in our respective religious studies. When we visited each other's parents, we’d jokingly discuss cultural differences and similarities.
Fresh off of her sartorial win at the State of the Union, First Lady Michelle Obama landed in India as stylish as ever. Dressed to impress in New York-based, Indian designer, Bibhu Mohapatra, FLOTUS stole the spotlight and had both India and the United States buzzing.
You may not recognize the name yet, but South Asian designer Tina Tandon will be a household name soon enough. The U.S. born designer began her career at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City and upon completion of her studies, Tina worked at well-known companies such as Escada, Christian Lacroix, and West Elm.
Researcher by day, photographer by weekend, Farha Ali is one busy Brown Girl. Ali was born in Saudi Arabia but raised in the United States from the age of two. She lived in Philadelphia and attended college in Pittsburgh, PA. She graduated with a Biology major and an English Literature minor. Ali is currently applying to medical school.
Inside the community, I wasn’t good enough – I didn’t wear hijab, was too old to be marriageable, too independent to be lusted. So I wanted to break both perceptions, and destruct the narratives and perceptions that people placed on me. The cards aren’t for everyone. But I see them as a form of radical art that challenges people to think about their ideas and perceptions.
I had the pleasure of interviewing recent winner of the Rebecca Minkoff X Tumbler contest winner, Anjni Raol. All contestants were required to submit a t-shirt and tote bag design. As part of her prize, Raol's winning t-shirt design walked the runway during the Spring 2014 New York Fashion Week