Award winning designer Nim Gadhia had already built himself am impressive portfolio of award winning clothing before starting his own label Posthuman Wardrobe in 2009. Having trained in the art of classical tailoring, and worked with the likes of Puma, Quicksilver and Helly Hanson, Gadhia also headed up the team responsible for the design of the 2007/2008 olympic down-hill ski suits for the American and Canadian OLympic teams.
Combining the usually disparate elements of bespoke tailoring with practical sportswear, Posthuman Wardrobe works with the ethos, ‘form follows function” creating sculptural but highly wearable bespoke menswear garments. The Spring/Summer 2013 collection was shot here at Create last month and the lookbook designed by Nim is now in circulation.
Photography: Kevin Mason
Assistants: Beth Steddon and Josh Redfearn
Digital operator: Sam Hiscox
Hair: Simon Webster @ Simon Webster Hair
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