Adam Gajdos

Adam Gajdos

‘Restore prestige of the belt’ Nowadays belts have unduly lost their prestige and are often overlooked in fashion houses. I see a man’s belt as an accessory - as defining as his shoes or his watch. It tells a lot about its wearer, it keeps his trousers up and - in a symbolic meaning - a belt keeps a man’s dignity. A belt embraces just like a mother and a father. The buckle represents the pole of the receptive mother, whereas the belt signifies the pole of the phallic father. In some ancient cultures a belt indicated social position. In my country, Hungary, at the age of 7, children used to be equipped with a belt at a lavish ceremony. These belts were then imprinted and embellished with their merits throughout their life. So I decided to make a belt in the 21st century which tells a lot about you and is for life.

  • Adam Gajdos
  • 2016. November
  • Plasztikkártya

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