Houman’s appearance has a feeling of holiness. He is so reverent towards the pieces he most loves that he waits for the one perfect moment to wear them or sometimes never wears them at all. Humble and modest, it means more to Houman that they maintain their “virginity” than be worn as a display of his assets. Everything from the monkish hoods to the Amish-inspired hat wreaks of sacred. Houman has such a quiet, but palpable devotion to clothes as self expression, that he could be the new high priest of style. Given how refined and discriminating his taste is, I am sure that he would have many devout followers.
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