Norwegian born designer Alexander Lindseth studied Fashion Design at TEKO Design and Business School in Denmark, where he earned special recognition for his graduate collection. Lindseth’s work is shaped by his prevalent interest in raw and obscure aesthetics yet it is greatly influenced by traditional tailoring techniques.
As the line between work and daily life is blurred, Lindseth naturally incorporates his passion for tea and wine into his designs in terms of natural dyes. Originating in conceptual thinking, the main elements of his projects are conjoined, non-gender and one-piece patterns.
After closer involvement with leather as a manual element at London-based shoe designer James Kearnes’, Lindseth now focuses on further developing new techniques and approaches to his sublime understanding of design, creating singular pieces.