A note from owner and curator Clinton James

Ever since I was old enough to choose my own clothes, what I was wearing played a vital role in how I felt. 
In the late 90s, I started being an avid record collector, searching thrift stores for old vinyl.
It’s was on these trips I began to start to find and collect new pieces for my wardrobe.
Having started my working career in automotive workshops as a Painter and bodywork engineer, I never got the chance to wear what I had. 
Then, after a near death accident, I decided that it was time to follow my dreams and pursue a job in fashion. 
After a few jobs I’m London, I ended up working for Jason Denham, in Amsterdam.
This was an amazing time in my life and I really learned a lot and got to understand the pressures and problems brands have with their products.
Fast forward to now and my vision for the future is to keep the ideals of quality workmanship in production and traditional skills in repairing and altering garments to keep them alive and relevant to the demands of today’s consumers.
Along with this project, I am creative director at the Circular Innovation Laboratory in Mechelen, Belgium, and my personal service #icut2cre8. 
Together with Edwin. We are humbled to present this website and garments so you can enjoy with us the pleasures of saving the world, while looking your best. 
Yours sincerely,
Clinton James

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