Customization used to mean scrawling a Slayer logo across a denim jacket, but Nash Money has been steadily turning it into an art form. He chops up shoes and painstakingly screws them back together using elk skin and late-'90s fluoro-African prints. Self-taught and with sore fingers he constructs crochet back Nike moccasins and New Era caps embossed with personalised SAS badges. "It's like the A-Team," he says. "You make the most of the things you've got." His work will be on display at the London V&A Museum's Fashion V Sport retrospective this fall.
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|Date:||Sep 1, 2008|
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