You can just reinvent yourself. You just blend in. You need to adapt.

It's [my personality]  not specific to Belgium. I don't know. I think for me, it's more about realizing in many occasions that life is very short, so I always think if I die tomorrow, is it okay what I did today?

It's very constant. It's also, maybe a little bit morbid, but several things happen and then you realize that, okay, you need to just make the best out of it. It's not that I don't care. It's more that I just want to not have any regrets basically. I prefer to say more things. I'm much more open. I don't really care about image. I'm more like, Okay, I like this. Don't like that. I like to do that. I don't want to waste my time on this. Before I would put myself into a million twists to make something happen, and now I'm like.

When he’s not creating detailed 3D renderings in his studio, sportswear designer Pasquale Daniel can often be found pounding the streets and parks of North London.

Graduating from London College of Fashion in 2014, the 32-year-old football fanatic has since worked for an impressive collection of global activewear brands. For Daniel, creating stylish performance clothing is tied intrinsically to his first-hand knowledge of how garments respond to the body in motion. Essentially: the better they move, the better you move – and the better you look.

THE STANDARD LOREM IPSUM PASSAGE,
USED SINCE THE 1500S

When he’s not creating detailed 3D renderings in his studio, sportswear designer Pasquale Daniel can often be found pounding the streets and parks of North London.

Graduating from London College of Fashion in 2014, the 32-year-old football fanatic has since worked for an impressive collection of global activewear brands. For Daniel, creating stylish performance clothing is tied intrinsically to his first-hand knowledge of how garments respond to the body in motion. Essentially: the better they move, the better you move – and the better you look.

THE STANDARD LOREM IPSUM PASSAGE,
USED SINCE THE 1500S

When he’s not creating detailed 3D renderings in his studio, sportswear designer Pasquale Daniel can often be found pounding the streets and parks of North London.

Graduating from London College of Fashion in 2014, the 32-year-old football fanatic has since worked for an impressive collection of global activewear brands. For Daniel, creating stylish performance clothing is tied intrinsically to his first-hand knowledge of how garments respond to the body in motion. Essentially: the better they move, the better you move – and the better you look.

CREDITS
WRITTEN BY JANE DOE
PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOHN MILKESON

WRITTEN BY JANE DOE
PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOHN MILKESON

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