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If you're in search of an up-and-coming brand with homegrown roots, then 1FiguresLondon is right up your street. Set up in 2014 by Ras Figures, the East London-based brand has been making steady waves while artists such as Ghetts, Tory Lanez and AJ Tracey have been spotted rocking their apparel. May 30 sees the launch of their new webstore which will feature the upcoming Spring/Summer 2016 collection. Previously, their apparel focused on a heavy use of vinyl print logos but this new collection sees them exploring embroidery and a more subtle use of branding. The collection is made up of short sleeve...

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Our founder Chris Figures, was invited into the BBC 1Xtra studios to have a chat with Jamz Supernova about everything 1Figures.  Listen to what he had to say on the link below! https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p04868f5 17/09/2016

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1FIGURES, EAST LONDON, FASHION, HACKNEY -

23-year-old Christopher Kutoya from Hackney, East London is the founder and creative director of the 1Figures clothing line. The recent Criminology and Youth Studies graduate has managed to successfully combine his studies with running a profitable business – no easy feat. We sat down with him after the conclusion of their 3rd Annual pop up sale, which launched their new AW18 collection Tell us the history of 1F? – What made you start the brand, what does it mean? Where does it originate from? Making clothes and fashion has been something I’ve been extremely passionate about, my earliest experiences stemmed...

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1FIGURES, EAST LONDON, Frenzy, IDREAMBIGUK, MUSIC -

Frenzy, releases a fourth single to close off the three amazing singles he has released over the summer! This single is entitled "Dashiki Foreign" which Frenzy described through his Instagram account (Frenzyuk) by posting two pictures of the late great Fela Kuti. The first picture caption was "Scrutiny towards your culture is self-harm". The second picture caption was "There is only one version of you, celebrate that!". Frenzy uses "Dashiki Foreign to express how good it feels to be authentic. Listen here via Frenzy' Soundcloud

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