(di)vision is a multi-disciplinary brand and design studio founded in late 2018 with the ideology of “creating from what already is”
(di)vision is a multi-disciplinary brand a design studio founded by the siblings Nanna & Simon Wick. (di)vision works in multiple forms of sustainable fashion design and production, mainly in reconstructing, upcycling, cut and sew production and creative sourcing.
(di)vision’s unisex collections take inspiration from classic silhouettes with a conceptual and multifunctional DIY aesthetic. Using only high-quality deadstock fabrics discarded from exclusive designers and existing materials they are trying to put a new view on a traditional industry set in its old ways.
(di-) is a word-forming element meaning “two, double, twice,”. In other words (di) can be described as the process of one becoming two. There isn’t a specific definition of what (di)vision stands for - it’s how you see it. Either you take one jacket and make it two or take two thoughts and make it one vision.
(di)vision is founded on the principles of changing the way clothes are currently created and to rethink how to create clothes for the future. (di)vision is centered around using vintage and deadstock fabrics in their production - and to prolong the lifetime of each piece of fabric used.
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