Nathan Klein is a stylist and creative director born and raised in South London. His work focuses on form, colour and elevated conceptual designs. Nathan is known for his ability to reinterpret garments in unconventional ways and his emphasis on sustainability in fashion. He is inspired by surrealism, subcultures and the reclamation of queer identities.

Nathan’s stylistic handwriting was forged in his early experiences studying photography which led him to discover his ability to weave complex narratives using garments and materials as his medium.

Klein has shot for a range of editorial publications including WSJ Magazine, Another, Rouge Fashion Book, Atmos, System, D-Republica, More or Less and Luncheon Magazine. He has worked with brands and commercial clients including Hermes, Kenzo, Off-White, Moncler, Nike and Tommy Hilfiger.

Nathan has also worked closely with collaborators such as Campbell Addy, Nadine Ijewere, Renell Medrano, Agnes Lloyd Platt, Daniel Archer and Solve Sundsbo.

Exhibitions include
2020 - Tallawah, Cob Gallery, London, UK
2020 - Pampara, Gallery Rosenfeld, London, UK

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