Niccolò Pasqualetti is a graduate from Central Saint Martin's Womenswear MA, though he has always considered himself a "wo/menswear designer".
Trained at The Row in New York, Niccolò's work is an experimental proposal for an effortless wardrobe that doesn't emphasise masculine or feminine traits, but the line inbetween.
Awarded with the Stella McCartney scholarship, he aspires to a future that rejects the primacy of technology and commits to a sustainable collaboration between humanity and nature.
Inspired by organic sculptures, minimalism, and the Arte Povera movement of the Sixties, in his final MA collection Niccolò repurposes found objects to explore the fluidity of clothing. Although forms come together in concrete ways, they will soon enough change again, and nothing is ever finished.