Created with Lunacy

Our Story

As immigrant children who arrived from South Asia (India and Pakistan respectively) we found our voice in America through Hip Hop, specifically Rap. At its core, the artform is rooted in an ad hoc spirit of necessity that reimagines pre existing music into something new and urgent. This ethos, similar to the South Asian spirit of “Juggad”, or making do with what we have--is very much alive in our work.  We dig for deadstock fabrics, remix and reinterpret our aesthetic interests, similar to a producer digging through old records for new soundscapes. As products of transnational histories and experiences, we are always exploring and processing our intersectional identities. The expression of our multitudinal identities is at the core of what we create--to feel at home within ourselves no matter our physical, social or political location in the world.

“I understood from a very early age that home is not necessarily a permanent place, it is an idea we carry with us wherever we go. We are our homes.”



As children we grew up on “hand-me-down” clothing. We were taught to care for our clothes and treat them with respect, knowing that someone else would inherit them. We focus on creating staples that will serve you for years and with continuous wear will feel like second skin. Through it all we strive to leave a minimal carbon footprint and are committed to ethical labor practices.  We are committed to creating intentional anti-racist, diverse, inclusive, and equitable environment. We would love to work with mission driven organizations, coops, and people. If this is you, please reach out.

“…Take down the love letters from the bookshelf, the photographs, the desperate notes, peel your own image from the mirror. Sit. Feast on your life.”

Derek Walcott

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