Treddenick is a genderless fashion house based in London. Each piece has its own individual story and aims to challenge gender stereotypes and empower the wearer. We are designing for a genderless future. We are incredibly passionate about using traditional craft, tailoring and cutting techniques to create responsibly designed pieces for our bespoke and ready-to-wear collections.
London based designer Jake Treddenick established TREDDENICK in 2021 after graduating with a Fashion MA from the Royal College of Art.
‘I want TREDDENICK to be a brand that is about community. Now more than ever it is crucial we work together to create beauty and design with responsibility. We have a duty to challenge and improve the societies we live in…’
Treddenick has early memories of his mother and grandmother teaching him how to sew. The skills passed down through the generations led him onto studying a Womenswear BA at London College of Fashion and then a MA in Menswear from the Royal College of Art. Treddenick was the recipient of the British Fashion Council’s MA Scholarship, Royal College of Art Scholarship and Anne Tyrrell Fund.
‘It was an honour to be a recipient of such influential scholarships, it gave me the freedom to explore key practices that will influence the brand and collections to come.’
We currently offer Made to Order on our ready to wear collections that are made in London from dead-stock materials that are locally sourced. We believe the future of luxury lies within locality and working with the communities around you. Our east London Studio is open for appointments for ready to wear and bespoke pieces.