Tyson King is a fashion artist from Auckland, New Zealand. He first started hand painting clothes five years ago on his bedroom floor which eventually led to the creation of his clothing collective SorryMom. Initially using vivids and pens, it further progressed to fabric paints. All of Tyson’s pieces are 1/1 meaning no piece will ever be the same or made twice. In the future, he plans on opening a flagship store in the heart of Auckland city then gradually evolving to other cities across the country.
In our full interview, Tyson discusses what it was like creating clothing for the likes of Trippie Redd, Jacques, and more. We touch on topics such as influencers in today's age, giving yourself permission to think and dream big, loving what you do each and everyday, never ever giving up on yourself and your dreams, and more!