Cross-genre clothing brand phannatiq has been throwing a sideways look at sartorial provisions for the world’s pavement populations since 2010 and their irreverent adherence to social stereotypes have amassed them a following unbounded by traditional attitudes Brand Director and Textile Designer Anna Skodbo, herself a passionate fan and observer of style and self expression, celebrates that phannatiq has grown to reflect her own ‘clothes for people’ attitude to dressing, successfully rethinking gender and sizing indications across the range and encouraging experiments with body-fit Renowned for their signature urban disruption patterns, applied through traditional screen-printing techniques, phannatiq has long drawn on London’s domestic and industrial landscapes in the creation of their textiles; introducing a visual texture that sits comfortably within any occasion while offering some surprising discoveries amongst the striking collages As ethical as they are enjoyable, phannatiq’s garments reflect a core commitment to responsible employment and sustainable manufacture while eschewing seasonal collections for a reliable offering of timeless pieces that transcend the call for wardrobe refresh

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