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This month we give a huge shout-out to one of our fav T.U.K. supporters... fashion blogger, model, stylist & vegan ambassador Kimi Peri. Here we learn a little more about her & her unique style...
Born in Magdeburg, Germany and raised up in Rostock, Kimi eventually moved to Leipzig to study Fashion Design. She loves to travel, a thing full of fears but yet so much adventures. Passionate about art, photography, nature, writing, England, fashion and the simple things in life. Kawaii and Anime addict, not to mention the video games in where she finds so much inspiration.
A vegan living soul for already five years supporting the pure nature with their animals and fighting against cruelty. She loves to dress herself in crazy outfits, to create new styles and trends, to help, to inspire and to make people happy. Supports individuality and fights against body shaming.
What she loves about fashion is the variety and beauty in all the shapes, colors and combinations. It's like a playground where you can release your energy. Jumping into different characters with the help of magic in clothes and materials. Working with different fabrics and opening new horizons of the fashion world, breaking the rules which don't even exist in her mind. Wigs and loads of jewelry pieces take an important part in her styling. It's like a mix of grunge with a witchy touch combined with vintage and bohemian elements. Hard to describe, but that's what makes it so special.
MORE KIMI PERI @:
Fashion Blogger, Model and Stylist @ Blackrush. White Witch. Nature. Veganism. Gamergirl. Kawaii & Anime Lover.
Contact & bookings @ email@example.com
CAPPA rocks her T.U.K. Black Velvet Nosebleed Boots in her new music video, “I’m Good”
Dazed Korea features:
T.U.K.s Black Leather Mondo Creepers & Black and White Leather Mondo Creepers in an online fashion article.
HUF Magazine features T.U.K.’s Black & White 3-Buckle Pointed Creeper Boots
In their web editorial “Metamorph”.
Deux Hommes’ web editorial “Scarlet” features:
Justine Magazine’s June/July issue features: