Dreams are my reality... because I strive to make them so.
Cultural & urban sub-culture Researcher, Art lover, Novel and Poem writer, athlete, fashion criticizer, former manager of Behpooshi institute, cultural management student, experiencer and Restless adventurer.
This is my official website, i'll be very glad full to be in touch with dissimilar and similar people who interest in new experiences .
Selfish & Formality lifestyle 2%
As a Team Player50%
Behpooshi Ins. ,Iran
Formerly, I was the manager of one of the most important and active institution in the field of the fashion in Iran named Behpooshi. And I was the advisor of Ministery of Culture and Islamic Guidence of Iran, but due to changing the laws of Beh-pooshi, it was closed in 2016.
I have detailed information about market conditions, taste and style, Practitioner and all national rules for Fashion and related products in Iran additionally my deep cognition about Art and Cultural sphere in Iran caused many consult and independent experiences.
- Tehran Garment Union (TGU)
- Iran Textile Designers Association (IRFTDA)
- fashion organization and ministry of Islamic culture
- agenda codification of fashion show and model traning
WearEntity(WE) is one of my last projects. "WE" aimed to make an individual representation of personal style with out any border
What is "WE"?
- WE = Wear Entity
- WE = We arE ntity
- WE = We arEn`t ity
- WE is independent
- WE is root
- WE doesn't exaggerate & babble
- WE is making its own identity
- WE can be read however you tend
- WE wants everyone to be himself but attempts to be WE
- WE is rebellious
Because the lack of Reliable sources about fashion i decides to translate 3 books which hopefully will publish in the following year.
- “Fashion: A Philosophy” by Lars Svendsen
- “Fashion-ology” by Yuniya Kawamura
- “Changing Fashion” by Annette Lynch & Mitchell Strauss
Fashion: A Philosophy is that fashion is an ineluctable and malignant force in modern life. The scholarly nature of this book, it is suggested, will enable a critical distance in us, the reader, so that we are less in thrall to fashion in our inevitable engagement with it.
This book provides a concise and much-needed introduction to the sociology of fashion. Most studies of fashion do not make a clear distinction between clothing and fashion. Kawamura argues that clothing is a tangible material product whereas fashion is a symbolic cultural product.
Changing trends in fashion have always reflected large-scale social and cultural changes. Changing Fashion presents a multi-disciplinary approach to examining fashion change, bringing together theory from fashion studies, cultural studies, sociology, psychology and art history, and more. Ideal for the undergraduate student of fashion and cultural studies, the book has a wide range of contemporary and historical case material which provides practical examples of trend analysis and change, from the art deco textile designs of Sonia Delaunay to the chameleonic shifts in Bob Dylan's appearance over time. Key issues in fashion and identity, such as race, gender and consumption are examined from different disciplinary angles to provide a critical overview of the field.
Fashion A Philosophy
01.01.2018DazzelingTrying to make a most beautiful world with my own theory in cognition and international-intercultural language.
23.09.2017Rising againRanked 6th in university entrance exam for master of cultural management in Iran Master of Science in cultural management.
20.03.2016WTF...beautiful defeat... begining of second life... Reading, Reading and thinking...
20.02.2014Foundation of Behpooshiowing to miracle of 7 years of self discovery and my bachelor degree in cultural and art management, I founded very first fashion institute in Iran.
21.03.2007Fun&PerplexityI have had exprienced: traveling ,profligacy, adventure, flirting, Reading, ritual experience, Mysticism, military services and a broken love... for 7 years.
10.07.2005Tragic InjuryI was exercising in order to qualify and play in a prominent soccer club while I was hardly injured and I could not continue for one year.
22.08.2004Tehran, città apertaWe came to Tehran.
23.09.2002Boring computer engineeringexpulsion was destination of disinterest.
1984-2003Cross Cultural RisingGrowing in different cities(e.g. Shiraz, Aligudarz, Ghoarveh, Hamedan, Isfahan) and among different Iranian races.
10.06.1984BirthI was born In the middle class family, and in the middle of war, in Shiraz.