Featured as one of High Snobiety’s most radical characters in youth culture, half Persian, half Bosnian 5’10 Hannah Alkindi now sitting at 32.6k instagram followers has made quite an impact as a social media personality for her distinctly relevant streetwear style.
Vice featured Hannah on their recent article ‘How women made streetwear their own’ a powerful piece by Louise Donovan on how the male-dominated streetwear culture is having a shake up through the influences of young women like Hannah.
Also a part of the collective london based group The Basement, Hannah uses social media as a platform to engage with her followers in positive way, encouraging them to become education on today’s current affairs including politics and feminism.
Fresh from sitting her A-Levels in Politics, History and German Hannah is now excited to be on a gap year and is looking for new opportunities and collaborations within the streetwear culture and fashion industry.
Recently Hannah has worked with a variety brands including; Adidas, Asics, Champion, Lazy Oaf & Nike.