MY NAME IS ALEXANDRE SEBASTIAN SAUTER-RENALDY, AND YES, IT’S COMPLICATED. I’M A JOURNALIST AND ARTIST, BORN IN 1992; A ‘FUCKING’ MILLENNIAL – EXCUSE MY GERMAN, BUT WHAT EVER THAT DEFINES? IN NEED FOR ANSWERS, I BEGAN TO READ MORE AND WRITE EVERYTHING DOWN, WHICH WAS CHALLENGING MY LABEL-AWARENESS. TO GET CLOSURES, NEW IDEAS AND MORE IMPORTANTLY: FIND MY OWN VOICE IN A SOCIETY WHERE EVERYONE CAN OR CANNOT BE A UNICORN – WHO KNOWS THAT FOR SURE? MY GOAL IS TO CHANGE THE WAY OF PEOPLES THINKING. OUR WORLD ISN’T DIVIDED IN BLACK OR WHITE ANYMORE.

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While I prefer all shades of colors, all kinds of mentalities and the capability to discuss, share, like or dislike opinions without neglect, but with an open and present thinking mind, there’s still a huge part in me fighting the worlds’ countless stigmas and the growing hypersensitivity when it comes to political correctness or the acceptance for minorities.

Personally I have a rather cynical humor, mostly when it comes to myself. I’m the G in LGTBQ+ (including some other parts of the colorful spectrum) and work in fashion, lifestyle and journalism for almost ten years. Seven of it spent in our fabulous german capital. Berlin, I will always love you. Originally educated in the South-West of Germany, I found myself lost a social structure full of do’s and don’ts. Capital thinking, I might have thought at that time, but I knew they were all wrong. The second everything seems perfect, the actual work starts: living in the moment and sharing the spirit of equality, especially in times where we’re facing political difficulties and racism all over the world. We have to preserve individuality and not hide the difficulties.

Sharing what makes us special, rather than horde and overthinking the change, we all should do something with our hearts and souls. It might be surprisingly successful in the end. Thats my believe after years I’ve spent around the very specific South-Western Germans and their christian way of covering up things. Or the many years in the superficial business of fashion and lifestyle? But aren’t we all blind sometimes? Not anymore, or at least not all the time, I have opened my eyes and dedicate my work in the name of truth and peace.

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Are we on the same page? Maybe not yet, but we have many more to cover at B’SPOQUE. Isn’t this attitude of connection instead of division and the idea of supporting other young visionaries, what we should do, in order to change at least a small thing in the bigger picture? Check out the rest of our avant-garde platt form for, or with our Berliner‘ and other visionäres from all over the globe.

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ALEXANDRE RENALDY

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Editor in Chief, Work: The Corner Berlin, flair magazine, H.O.M.E.; Signature Places, Vestiaire Collective, EVE images, B'SPOQUE magazine etc.