They were the scruffy, tracksuit-clad, women-watchers. They were the Spanish ‘Robin Hoods’ – but they took from the rich and gave to themselves.The neighbourhood thugs had very particular laws of camaraderie, the main being that there would be no stealing to occur in their own neighbourhood; they were the true dandies.
“I don’t care about the good manners of high-lineage. What attracts me most are similarly humble and loyal people who can stand and fight their ground in the same way as I did. People like my grandmother – Rest In Piece – she had nothing. She was born a ‘delinquent’ in a hostile territory, unable to read, yet managed to self-educate and, in turn, raise her entire family.
With “TURBO FAITH, LADIES OF THE NIGHT AND DANDY DELINQUENTS” I want to show the beautiful side of my childhood Robin Hood’s. The elegance of those who were forgotten.”