Photo by Philip Asbury
I’d gone to bed in Hong Kong. A night full of regrets. And a do-not-disturb sign left swinging grimly from my hotel room door-knob like the newly hoisted frame of a young Southerner who had been seen cavorting with the wrong woman in the wrong era of American history.
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Walé Oyéjidé is a designer, attorney, musician and author based in Philadelphia, USA. As a Nigerian-born American, his creative work touches on the experience of cultural aliens who meander through an ever-shrinking global society. Walé’s design efforts and ethos can be seen at his menswear company, Ikiré Jones (www.ikirejones.com).