Working-class northerner with a dirty sense of humour. Outrageously homosexual. Future of Couture. LOVE PINK!
Born and Raised in Durham, Jake Treddenick moved to London in 2013 to study at the London College of Fashion. After receiving a BA (HONS) Scholarship in 2016 for Exceptional Circumstances from the British Fashion Council, he went onto create small collections curated in art galleries in East London, whilst working in the booming queer spaces of North London.
Going on to study menswear at the Royal College of Art, Jake is a recipient of the MA Final Year Scholarship fund from the British Fashion Council, Royal College of Art Innovation Scholarship and Anne Tyrrell Fund. As well as winning the Timberland design competition, undertaking the ISPO Academy Master Class 2020 and being a semifinalist in the Cern Grand Challenge 2019, Jake continues to challenge the roles of social mobility within class structures, investigating the role of the ‘masculine’.
Investigating the roles of the ‘masculine’ within class structures, through humour and the contrasts of identities, whilst researching traditional embroidery techniques to create vivid textures in a modern context.
Working with limited fabrics and supplies the collection was created in quarantine.
THE WALK OF SHAME
FOR THE LOVE OF NEON
DEDICATION TO PINK
WORKING CLASS SCUM LOOKS 1-9
We are WORKING CLASS SCUM!