“I’ve always been careful to distinguish between those couturiers who benefit from women and those who benefit them.
So my choice to display the work of Noureddine Amir might come as a surprise.
I use the word ‘work’ and not ‘clothing’ because Noureddine is an artist who uses garments to create his body of work.
As others create what are called ‘installations’, he displays sculpted dresses made from raw materials.
His work is certainly different from that of Yves Saint Laurent.
Yet don’t artists, when they have talent, speak the same language?”.
“The boldness seen since then in my work, I owe to this country, to its audacious combinations, to the fervor of its creativity.
………Marrakech taught me color.
Before Marrakech, everything was black.”
YVES SAINT LAURENT.