He’s made urinal dresses which have been sold in Dover Street Market, Far Fetch and Collette in Paris, he’s loved by Karl Lagerfeld, Sienna Miller, Lady Gaga, Rita Ora (he designed the costumes for her world tour) and there’s a collaboration being mooted with Kanye West. Andre Leon Talley, who refers to him at ‘Andy Warhol’s godson’. He’s made shark chairs for Made.com and even a shark pushchair. In addition to his colourful, zany fashion brand, the Rodnik Band, he has collaborated with Rolex, Disney, Made.com and his planet of pop operates from a studio in Shoreditch, where his range includes menswear, womenswear and accessories. Vogue has called his studio a museum of wearable art. WinkBall reporters Jackie Adedeji and Itteshad Hossain report.
Jackie Adedeji graduated from Nottingham Trent University with a degree in broadcast journalism. She has been working as a reporter for WinkBall since the start and has covered some of our best events to date. Whilst working at WinkBall she has worked as a studio and production runner for the likes of Channel 4, ITV and BBC.
Itteshad has been with WinkBall since its early incarnation. He studied film at Queen Mary, University of London and his love of film has transferred into his reports for WinkBall. Itteshad has filmed some of our best reports including the BFI film screening of Ingrid Goes West and the ITV gala in both London and Manchester. Before working for WinkBall he was a freelance videographer and worked as a production runner for several companies.