Sustainable street haute couture collections

Collections, fashion weeks and physical stores are already endangered birds. Fashion has been folded, seamlessly, to technology and both major brands and the most exclusive designers

Fashion Designer DrNOKI-NHS On in the 80s, there was a great success of American culture and contemporary brands. Combine that with a love for sportswear and a fondness for the raves of the acid house, and you get today's product in the form of Dr NOKI-NHS, the elusive fashion designer.

For decades, if not centuries, fashion has been ruled by a bistationality that marked the main trends. Online sales, climate change (no one can rely on a summer or winter "to use") and particular tastes, have made most of the houses launch dozens of collections per year.

The Dr NOKI-NHS Admittedly, has an addiction to warping and weaving, and he’s the ultimate up-cycler (well ahead of the curve). He brings together materials like a collage, he customizes too for a mash-up (quite literally) of not only textiles but cultures, aesthetics, and outlooks.

His wearable amalgamations are popular with pieces being sold on MatchesFashion including graphic T-shirts, sweatshirts, denim and fleece tops. He also recently partnered with Katharine Hamnett (he’s a long-standing admirer) and during London Fashion Week held a workshop at Hoi Polloi in aid of The Judy Blame Charitable Trust. Here, him and his crew customized and repurposed Hamnett’s deadstock tee to give them a bold and rebellious second life.

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