Quick Style in Focus
Meet Quick Style – The Norwegian dance group with Nasir, Suleman and Bilal. The passionate dancers decided to change lives and build a dance culture amongst youth from all over the world. They have picked out some of their favourite Tom Wood pieces.
Tom Wood has always been a brand that we can relate to – in terms of simplicity and the timeless designs.
We love all the Tom Wood pieces that uses nature stones. It is the perfect mix of Mother Nature and the clean and silver like the ocean.
Inspiration for us comes from all sorts of places. Culture, people and experiences are the things that inspire us the most.
Read the full interview with Quick Style
Get to know Nasir, Suleman and Bilal aka Quick Crew, the passionate dancers who decided to change lives and build a dance culture amongst youth from all over the world. They are twice/two times winners of the world championship of dance, and got J.Lo gasping for air when they knocked down the stage at the American World of Dance TV show.
So, who are Quick Crew?
Where are you from?
We are all born and raised in Oslo, Norway but our parents come from Thailand and Pakistan.
Best memory as Quick Crew?
We were invited to compete against all our idols and friends such as Les Twins, Jabbawockeez, Keone and Mari, so we realised this was gonna be really hard. The whole competition was a big learning experience and definitely one of the best times in our dance journey. The bonus was when we got praised by J.Lo and Neyo at NBC World of Dance for looking like the most stylish boy band.
What is Quick Style?
Ambitions in life would be to create real sustainable impact in the world. One of our on-going projects is to provide a place for the next generation to build their future in a safe and secure model.
Home, Japan and Saudi (Medina).
What inspires you?
Physical freedom, Mental freedom and Spiritual freedom. All of them define us and should be free for all to practice as they wish.
Thank you Quick Style for showing us your personal Tom Wood favourites!
All photos by Oktawian Gornik.