Born in The Hague, NL, On Another Level’s founder and creative director Radj Sewbaran discovered his passion for clothing at a young age.
“As a child I had an interest for sports, music and fashion. Like every other child I wanted to make my career out of sports. “I remember it didn’t matter where we played. I always wanted to be the best, I had a great technique and I played with style.” But it takes a lot of will-power, self-confidence and a great mentality to become a professional athlete.
“Besides sports, I also had an interest for fashion & style. As I grew up I was always looking for the latest brands, styles and trends that were popular in other cities, even in other countries. I compared different styles, high-end apparel and mixed it up with my own personal interests. People were often complimenting me about the way I dressed. Even my friends, class- and teammates were telling me that I should make a career out of it.
I think that was the moment when I considered starting my own brand, a brand that makes individuals stand out. I wanted to start a whole new movement, something that has not been done before. Just like my style, it must give you that unique feeling. The urge to set up my own label started growing from this point. So during my days in college I established the brand On Another Level.”
RS made an intended decision to not just put a name on a label, but instead he chose to put all his strength and expertise into his brand. From concept to design and from design to production, “I am responsible for every single aspect of my collection. A collection that is characterized by timeless design, pristine fitting, an eye for detail and a vision that mixes art with a raw touch of fashion.”
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