A tribe is where intimate communities are linked by craft and beliefs. Such communities are valuable for those who want to learn, share and build meaningful relationships. This allows creativity to flourish. Our tribe supports the underrepresented. Our tribe supports the underprivileged. Our tribe is The Kusp Club.

  • Ella

    Ella Bennett

    Early on in her career, Ella has received well-deserved accolades for her work. From her crowd-funded short film “Last Leg” which won “Best Short” at the London Independent Film Festival 2016, to her short film “Sore Thumb Stick Out” premiered on Channel 4’s Random Acts. She’s proved, as a young, female and diverse creative, you have the power to break borders.

  • Aji

    Aji Ayorinde

    A lawyer turned fashion entrepreneur; Aji is a multi-faceted designer that showcases formal-wear and streetwear handmade by skilled tailors throughout the continent of Africa. He has bold ambitions alongside his business partner, and his brand has already graced the catwalks of Africa Fashion Week London and Leicester Fashion Week.

  • Ashagay

    Ashagay Chantilou

    On a journey that began with an interest in art, Ashagay gradually transitioned into the world of fashion. Whilst working at Libertine as a stylist, harnessing her craft; she's continuously received opportunities to style for fashion shoots, magazines and music videos - she's broadening her talents by stepping into modelling.

  • Martins

    Martins Imhangbe

    Martins is on the quest to achieve freedom, creative freedom. His open and forward-thinking nature has guided his career within acting, mainly in theatre. Venturing across the globe from Africa to Asia - thanks to his talents. Some much so that he’s featured in the popular, Barbershop Chronicles, and has been nominated for an Ian Charleson Award.

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