Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Much of Iran’s youth are living a double life today, caught in the middle of a culture clash between the East and the West.

Many middle-class 20-somethings, known for their love of brand-name clothing and status symbols, protested against former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in 2009 after widespread allegations of election fraud. But after a fierce government crackdown, the financially privileged and their so-called Green Movement faded into the margins of political life. 

New York Times Photos of the inside of a clothes shop in the country!