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Through each of its collections, PRIVATE POLICY initiates a conversation, intended for those who are interested in the world around them. More than simply a fashion label, its founders Haoran Li and Siying Qu unite a community of rebellious spirits in search of inspiration. Shining students at New York's Parsons School, they were lucky enough to have their year-end collections published in Style.com, Fucking Young.es, Bullett Media, and GQ Style China. This initial achievement got them noticed by some prestigious names, they trained with: Calvin Klein, Alexander Wang, Jason Wu and Phillip Lim. In 2015, they launched PRIVATE POLICY, quickly enjoying accolades from the industry with a nomination as Rising Star by Fashion Group International, access to the NXTSTP programme of the CFDA as well as the China Present Award awarded by GQ China. Artists, Billy Porter and YUNGBLUD along with feminist activist and actress, Jameela Jamil, supported the label. Based between New York and Shanghai, the brand is reinventing streetwear style from a genderless and irreverent perspective. DNA that's naturally expressed through the PRIVATE POLICY Spring-Summer 2020 collection. Inspired by the Stonewall riots, the creative duo encourages unification, opposing discrimination and inequality. Flowing from this activist messaging, utility jackets with three-dimensional pockets, detachable harness bags and silhouettes produced from durable fabrics used for outdoor equipment. The show includes dresses, t-shirts in mesmerising kaleidoscopic colours as well as print pieces in signature checks. It also introduces the photographic work of Shxpir Huang, presenting Asian-American families in all their diversity. Among his portraits, one image depicting two men with children is particularly significant for Haoran Li and Siying Qu who continue to stand against LGBTQ prejudice. Proof that fashion can be a vector for social and political reflection.> View more