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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