KIRSE is an attitude. It’s a juxtaposition of mean and lovely, rude and dreamy. Details are very important and so is the gut feeling that you get when in touch with anything KIRSE. It’s about having a language of expression that helps me find people who understand me completely, understand what KIRSE is and where it’s coming from. I was born and raised in Riga, Latvia. Part of the city where I grew up is called Zolitude and it’s a post soviet feel of apartment blocks. Add a forest, a swamp, some water, a bridge here and there – you get the picture.