My tees are based on Islamic geometric shapes with set in panels which make up the geometric shapes. Using non-conventional colours, and using the high quality jersey. All four pieces are hand made.

The Women's styles have extra 3D panel details round most of the geometric shapes, and the men's tees are more flat and plan, with the graphic off-centre.
  Mohsin Sajid

Graduated with a BA Hons at Westminster, Harrow 2002. While studying, Mohsin freelanced for Julian Roberts of ‘Nothing Nothing fame’. He found love for pattern cutting, and produced his final graduating collection on a Crusades theme – mixing Islamic geometrical motifs and Japanese video-game influences. Soon afterwards he worked for Boudicca as Fashion Illustrator, and produced 90 Illustrations for their SS03 look book. Also in this period he worked with Tristan Webber as a pattern cutter for his SS03 range.

Started designing premium products at Oki-ni for their major collaborators, Mohsin has designed in collaboration with Levis Europe and Japan, including the Nick Knight, 505 project, Duffer of St George and Aquascutum.

For the past year Mohsin has also been the Head Graphics Illustrator for Oki-ni and has had major illustrative roles in campaigns for Motorola, Paul Smith and Evisu.

Subsequently he also worked as a Freelance Illustrator on Blessed Magazine, where he created videogame puzzle illustrations and wrote articles.

Mohsin’s work has featured in: 10 Magazine, Trace, Arena, Arena Homme Plus, AsianXpress, Clash, Elle, Fashion Line, FHM, FHM collections, Flux, Huge Japan, ID, Lab magazine, Loaded fashion Time Out London, Sportswear International, Style & the Family Tune, Sunday Times Style Magazine supplement, The Times Magazine, The Independent on Sunday, Touch Japan, Vice, WAD magazine and WGSN.