Born in Iraqi Kurdistan and raised in Sweden, brother-and-sister duo Dilan and Lezan Lurr are the designers behind Belgian menswear label Namacheko. Completely self-taught in the art of patternmaking, the Lurr siblings navigate notions of diaspora, duality, and cultural identity through clothing, merging disparate elements of their Kurdish heritage and European upbringing into compellingly simple and intensely personal designs. Unconventional men’s staples embody a series of juxtapositions—between simplicity and complexity, convention and experimentation, and Eastern and Western cultures. Crisp shirting, minimalist knitwear, and well-cut trousers are elevated with subtle details including geometric colorblocking, intentionally raw-edged hems, and unexpected tailoring.