Hassan Hajjaj: In 1984–1992, I was working in a record shop. In the space, I organised parties, events, booking DJs, live bands and selling street wear, designing and art. Eventually, I began selling friends and designers clothes between London and New York. In the 80s, I was also running club nights; the promotion, dealing with the live bands and working with a bunch of people. Suddenly, I found myself surrounded by a whole mixture of artists and I guess I still see the forms, art, fashion, photography, as interchangeable. Through hip-hop fashion in the 80s, I started to get introduced to seeing big labels and bright colours in the fashion. It reminded me of the plain t-shirts and the Gucci logos you’d see on counterfeit and knockoff designs which has influenced my work and designs now.