Nasty Pig was created by gay men for gay men in New York over 20 years ago and Clonezone is proud to bring Nasty Pig to the UK market. Here, Clonezone’s Communications and PR Manager, Topher Taylor, explains why you need to own a piece of the Nasty Pig range NOW!
We are huge fans of Nasty Pig at Clonezone, mostly due to the fact that their clothes are so awesome. This New York City born and bred company takes its influences from the gay underworld, fetish scene and NYC urban culture. They built their brand from the nothing, beginning with a sheet of $50 fabric that was turned into clothing for their friends to wear on nights out. Word of mouth turned Nasty Pig into a must-have on the underground New York scene as everyone wanted a piece. The rest is history.
The latest drop from Nasty Pig is inspired by 1970s locker rooms, the ‘clone’ look – which we’re named after – and neon nightlife. It’s very us.
This edgy brand doesn’t get as much credit as it deserves as it does have an effect on the major fashion world. You only have to glance your eyes over the recent Moschino shows to see Nasty Pig’s influence up-and-down the catwalk. We love how they give gentle nods to the fetish scene, so when you wear their gear it’s almost like a modern-day hanky code. Guys in-the-know can recognise your tribe or what you’re into by your fashion.
Nasty Pig looks great on all body-sizes and frames. It doesn’t matter if you’re slim, pear-shaped or have a larger frame – Nasty Pig truly is designed to fit everyone and that’s not just lip service. The range is quite huge now at Clonezone, ranging from vintage inspired jockstraps, briefs and boxer shorts right through to sportswear, trousers and swimwear.
Whether you’re after something to chill in the park when it’s sunny, some sexy gear for the gym or something provocative for the fetish nightlife, the Nasty Pig range at Clonezone will have something to assure you feel as good as you look. Shop Nasty Pig on our website or come and have a look in-store by visiting one of our four friendly shops in the UK at Soho, Earls Court, Birmingham and Manchester.