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meet murdock.

Who is Nish ? A young 29 year-old creative designer who started MURDOCK from a childhood hobby. I've always been creative, writing poetry, drawing and crocheting all from the age of 6. I've always loved clothes and have always wanted to create my own. I learned to crochet from my mother, who taught me while I watched her crochet at my grandma's house. As a kid, I used to make slippers and scarves for my family and friends but never tied it into my current fashion until a few years ago. One day back in 2016, I picked it up again and started making summer tops for friends; bra-lettes with bikini strings. I then realized, that the pieces I was making wasn't something I personally would wear, but just things I'd make to sell to friends. My personal style was more relaxed, tomboy influenced by streetwear and menswear inspired. I wanted to make pieces that I would wear and could rock on the daily basis. I then, began to make oversized hoodies and sweaters. I incorporated crochet into the loungewear I had and cut and sewed fabric to make wide sleeved pieces and crochet extended sleeves; making it my signature crochet look. MURDOCK elevated into an extension of myself. I want my brand to be viewed as a comfy twist to streetwear. I want basics to be elevated within the details. I want crochet to be viewed beyond your grandmother's blanket or arts & crafts. It's name in the fashion world is there, but isn't BIG enough or celebrated enough. My goal is to make a name for myself that allows a different part of art to be tied into fashion in a lane of its own. Crocheted Streetwear, with MURDOCK.