No/One Paris was created in 2013 by Nikolà Dhegbo working out of his Belleville studio. The first collection was produced exclusively from organic cotton with the intent to reach the “casual chic enthusiast.” The New York streetwear-inspired brand offers a variety of unisex merchandise made to belong to anyone and playing on codes of identification: no/one is to be everyone and anybody at the same time.
Specializing in sweatshirts, tees, and hats both men and women, Dhegbo applies his signature in vivid text graphics calling out cities and famed locales around the world. His most popular series include the “Belleville Hills” printed tees, as well the “Paname” sweatshirts (a colloquial name for the city of Paris). Self-taught and driven by hip-hop culture, Dhegbo’s line is a reflection of his personal passions and a tribute to the places that inspire him.