NONE Studio was established in 2019 in New York, by duo Fashion Design Graduates of Parsons The New School of Design. Their approach to fashion honors the individual, mainly with their utilization of limited edition runs. Each design is created a maximum of 30 times, and all pieces are available for purchase globally, making each garment highly desirable. Large pockets, asymmetry, contrasting top stitching, and roomy silhouettes are discernable characteristics among NONE’s current annual collection.
The neutral two-color palette hints to their brand statement, “NONE is the boundary line between male-female, sustainable-unsustainable, black-white, young-mature… NONE reveals two sides to every story.” Unisex and utilitarian garments are fashioned out of fabrics such as cotton corduroy, cuprammonium, and polyester. Tyvek is used for their unique tags that provide information to the wearer. NONE strives to educate their customers with information such as who produced their individual garment, the date it was made, the number of the edition, and the sustainability evaluation of the specific garment.
The absolute alternative to mass-produced fast fashion is NONE. Utilitarian, unisex, and functional, these pieces will span seasons and years, and you’ll never worry about wearing the same thing as someone else at the party.