Jack Kindred-Boothby designs clothes because he wants to reimagine them — to take what is already there and change it, to make it make sense to him.
He is interested in gender and the way it affects how we wear clothing, how we buy clothing, how we talk about clothing. For Brighton Fashion Week 2014 he has made a collection of sustainable reclaimed menswear garments that challenge traditionally masculine ideas of power and vulnerability. Jack graduated from University College Falmouth and has been working as a pattern-cutter in London since 2012.
He will be showcasing his collection at the Sustain show on Friday 10th October.