VOL II: WIND SUITS
STANDARD

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We as humans all have some sense,understanding and steadfast standards that we hold

ourselves and others to. Whether those standards are moral or societal, ideologies of 

what is ‘right’ and ‘wrong’ are implemented in us from a young age and bury themselves 

in our subconscious

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The idea of normality is placed as the  ‘standard’  of living,  which can be dependent on the society itself,   but serves the same purpose:   to enforce an idea of what is universally acceptable. These standards are fixed boxes 

that seek to ‘other’ and separate people

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We believe that boxes are meant to be thought outside of. 

We believe that they’re meant to be challenged, questioned and ultimately broken. 

Having a sense of identity is vital for us as humans. Whether this identity is expressed through culture, race or gender, it works to give people a sense of ‘self’ and an overarching, homogeneous ‘human’ identity 
 

An expression of self is a powerful tool. 

Windsuits that are built to blur the lines of what is ‘normal’ as it works to subvert the status quo. We believe that individuality is beautiful and can still be found and recognised in

community 
 

These fluid and breathable windsuits are made for all; a sandy two-piece jacket and trousers created for optimum comfort and a canvas for people to define their own ‘standard’.  We do not believe in the concept of rigid ‘normality’: with this volume, we challenge you to see the world in its duality. 

Something smart and beautiful, yet stupid and ugly in all its complexity 

direction.......REGINA BAKEEVA
writer..........GABRIELLA NKOM

GRISHA IVLEV&   ANASTASIA MAKHORKINA&   KIRILL GARDER