Justin Gall is an American designer and rigid experimentalist who left the United States to establish the foundational roots of the brand in 2014.
For the past 10 years he's been calibrating and developing from his laboratory in Rome, Italy in constant pursuit of challenging contemporary fashion with courage, difference, quality and innovation. His abilities and vision are derived from a background studying Human Physiology, while independently forming his own design approach and techniques; incorporating technical compositions and fabric experimentation over the years. He merges these particular mediums with an internal magnetism towards imagination and the eventual - a state of mind he became very comfortable with at a young age due to the unstable nature of his childhood. Moving around often with only his mother since the age of 3.
His late mother was the first person to introduce him to a sewing machine when he was 6 years old. He would observe her and learn from an early age, as she would cut and sew his outfits until the age of 10.
By the age of 18 he had lived in a total of 11 different homes within rural areas of California. At the age of 19, he left his scattered Californian roots behind in pursuit of new environments. A phase of life that found him on the opposite coast, living in parts of New York and New Jersey over the following 8 years and then Rome, Italy where he has maintained permanence for the last 10 years.
This feeling of nowhere quite being home is a constant force within the world he creates today. Partly dystopic, futurism manifested by imagination, an internal dialog considering the human condition - all encapsulated by an embedded nomadic strength and instinct.
Today, he continues to submerge himself and materialize collections from his laboratory in Rome. Unifying experimental and manipulated materials, handmade paint finishes, unique dye processes and divergent design. Always interlacing an abstract light on our fragilities and the difficult moments we all endure in this life. Harnessing these challenges in hopes of making us stronger, rather than futile within the present and future thereafter.