Trashy Clothing is a Palestinian ready-to-wear “anti-luxury luxury” fashion label, known for its unique blend of satire, kitsch, and wit. Co-creative directors Omar Braika and Shukri Lawrence craft design statements that embody anti-colonial resistance and artistic militancy, harnessing the power of joy in the face of ongoing occupation. Their collections boldly address themes of gender, sexuality, ethnicity, and race, drawing inspiration from Arab music icons and contemporary popular culture. Ranging from workwear to eveningwear, their pieces transcend borders, focusing on storytelling amidst occupation and utilizing satire as a means of expressing resilience. Trashy Clothing is committed to sustainability, producing each collection with digital sampling and utilizing dead-stock fabric.