Duran Lantink is a Dutch designer based in Amsterdam. Having studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie and the Sandberg Instituut — graduating from the latter in 2017 — Lantink’s playful, inclusive vision for the future of sustainable fashion has already seen him shortlisted for the 2019 LVMH Prize. With his innovative approach to upcycling, Lantink’s zero-waste philosophy uses pre-loved garments and deadstock fabrics to create fashion as agenda-setting as it is ethical. After receiving international attention for the iconic “vagina” trousers he created for Janelle Monáe’s “PYNK” music video in 2018, Lantink has gone on to design pieces for the likes of Billie Eilish and Solange. Previous collaborations have included a capsule collection for Browns, while Lantink has been profiled by publications including Vogue, W and i-D. Currently, Lantink’s exclusively bespoke or limited-edition garments can be found in stores such as H. Lorenzo, JOYCE Hong Kong and Concrete.