EVERYTHING PRINTED TO ORDER
ORGANIC COTTON AND RECYCLED POLYESTER
NON-TOXIC PRINT INKS
NO PLASTIC PACKAGING
Begum Yetis' personal projects develop around the representations of identity. Her work explores the idea of photography as memory. These three images are taken from Bare With Me, Yetis’s first solo show in London. Teaming up with London-based stylist Matt King comes a series of images exploring the state of undress, with an emphasis on contemporary concepts of erotica today.
A collection of images, inspired by the style of sex punk posters and provocative band images with a strong focus on the celebration of the human figure and diversity.
Whether its provoking images of body parts cramped in tight clothing, or just being butt naked, they come together and celebrate the human figure in a playful approach through the use of various undergarments.
Each artist image is limited to 50 prints, once we sell out we will never print that image again. Our garments are made to order so there is no extra stock and with no extra stock, nothing can go to the landfill. All working towards creating the most sustainable and circular business model possible.
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All printing done in partnership with Hit and Run Ltd a London based studios that aims to promote artistic expression and cultural awareness while ensuring a minimal environmental impact. Find out more about them here
All Garments made in Bangladesh from organic, GOTS certified Bangladeshi fabric and in fair trade mills and factories ensuring environmental and workers standards.
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BUY BACK INITIATIVE
We feel that our product is a long term investment, transcending traditional fashion trends but we also appreciate that peoples tastes can change over time, people scale their wardrobe and get rid of garments. We never want our product to go to the landfill so we will take back any omdo STUDIOS garment and give you 20% off a future purchase. Find out more here
With each garment sold a donation will go to a charity of the artists choice. Begum has chosen Sisters Uncut as her organisation. A charity that looks to provide support for people suffering with domestic violence. Find out more about their work here.