Jean-Paul Lespagnard "Cheese on Fleek" black cotton oversize t-shirt
Bearing the title of the eponymous collection it was featured in, "Cheese of Fleek" is a reference to the two Mexican subcultures upon which it was inspired: The mennonites & the cholombianos.
The two subcultures couldn't be further apart, the Mennonites living in rural, traditional quaker-type lifestyle who produce cheese and other dairies that they sell in the city.
The Cholombianos on the other hand are an urban tribe that revolve around electronic cumbia music, known for their particular hairstyle with long strands of hair stuck with gel on their faces and hip-hop clothing.
As Jean-Paul Lespagnard tells, the collection could be described as the love story between a Mennonite girl or boy meeting a Cholombiano boy at a crossroads in the city where she/he sells her/his cheese.
Made out of a thick, resistant cotton, the shirt features "Cheese on Fleek", becoming an absurd wordplay, in a punk/skater font.
Size fits from S to XL
Protoype from Jean-Paul Lespagnard's personal archive
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