Collectively, much of our background and current work revolves around the systems of fashion, from design, production, consultancy, promotion, design lecturing and image making. For us fashion is a very broad and fluid language and dialogue around identity, desire, connection, expression and our relationships with consumerism, commodification, societies and the sustainability of systems we might adhere to.

Many of our projects explore the relationships between knowing how to make, design and create and how those processes connect to and exist in our contemporary worlds.


The 3.0 range is part of a larger project exploring how we use and activate creativity, to enable other actions. Ideas and products are based around continuous discussions, collaborations and collected references, shared observations and questions on how we use clothes and how we evaluate design and interact with fashion. You can learn more about the 3.0 range here.


How we use what we wear as expressions of ourselves, as masks, as uniform, as nescessity, as status, as disguise means even the simplest use of a garment can be a window into how societies operate and how as it’s members we constantly transmit messages to each other without necessarily being aware of it. “Modes” is a collection of ongoing and developing research projects and workshops exploring our relationships with clothing and objects.

Researcher Partner: Rebecca Bell
PhD, Research Czech Craft under Socialism. Making, politics, fashion, design histories.


Our collected observations and interests in the anthropolgy of fashion feeds into how we approach fashion communication. A lot of our work begins around the documentation of “reall associations” and connections between the individual, thier communities and the broader systems of belonging and interaction. We are interested in how we might extend investigation and interactions through particpation and immersive projects.