Clothing is psychoactive. Through wearing garments, we can anchor ourselves into new states of being or dismantle current states of affairs.

Yashka Moore redresses the mind by offering up garments to shape the wearer’s inner architecture.

Ancient priestesses wove the world into being on their looms. Collection 001’s unstable half-garments allow their wearers to weave their own clothing onto their bodies. We believe identity should be made, not bought.

All our pieces are sustainably made in the UK using the finest fabrics.  


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Photograph by   Johanna Tagada   .

Photograph by Johanna Tagada.


Yashka’s pieces are informed by her research on the applications of embodied cognition for design practice. She has lectured on this thinking at the Wellcome Collection Museum and at Central Saint Martins. Previous writing includes an essay series for the Saatchi Gallery Magazine.

Yashka launched Yashka Moore at London Fashion Week’s Designer Showrooms. Yashka was chosen to represent the ‘Best of British’ design in Japan at the British Ambassador’s residence in Tokyo with the UKTI in 2017. Exhibitions include Pitti Uomo MAKE, Florence (2016); Thomas Erber's Cabinet de Curiosities & the Avant/Garde Diaries Project Space, New York (2013).

Collaborations include Agi + Sam AW16; Agi + Sam AW14, Maison Kitsune, Ria Keburia SS15 and ongoing with The Public Sphere. Her designs have been worn by Rebecca Hall, Jess Glyne & Leonard Cohen and stocked internationally.







©Yashka Moore 2019