WŌLFIN Collections by Mark Baigent

Mark Baigent

“Our Identity is fictional, written by parents, relatives, education & society. Therefore Gender is a Lie” – Genesis Breyer P-Orridge

To create “gender-free” clothing is what the brand Mark Baigent is known for. 

Timeless, deconstructed & geometric shapes built from detailed pattern solutions & finishings. Using natural & sustainable materials which are locally sourced by supporting our community are the core of their values.

Each collection is a task to create a dialogue between conventionalism and avant-garde. Seeing every gender as “only” human and equal the gender neutral silhouettes become indistinct and wrap themselves around their host.
All pieces are their own concept and are conducted to perfect craftsmanship, unisex cuts. Clean and simple elements create an unblemished appearance.

Baigent received their fashion education in 2008 in Linz / Austria. After several Internships at traditional made-to-measure tailors, bridal studios & cutting edge fashion brands, they developed their own signature looks by using fashion as their vessel to express political & social influences.
Resulting in contemporary gender fluid silhouettes which might appear more feminine or  more masculine yet in their construction do not limit to either body type or gender-defining body parts.


Since 2016 the Designer lives & works between Bali, Vienna, Berlin & Auckland.

In September 2017 Baigent became part of a small factory in Bali where they produce their own collections based on fair trade ethics. Since November 2021 the factory is in the process of becoming part of the World Fair Trade Organisation.


Mark Baigent looks towards a future of more inclusiveness, togetherness & acceptance. A hope to be allowed to display one’s Identity & Gender without facing persecution. Drawing inspiration from European wolves, branded as an evil creature in fables & haunted by many, the she-wolf is rarely seen as a social animal.
Designer Mark Baigent is putting their “Persona” on full display for their first collection in 2022, going back to the label’s roots by displaying a concise assortment of oversized garments. Feature slogan prints on oversized T-shirts & long sleeves made of organic cotton & hemp.

Starting a dialogue between conventionalism & the binary views of today’s society Encouraging a new way of thinking & how we perceive each other.

Also, we welcome a designer from Austria, @markbaigent who is interested in denim. What an extraordinary experience to be a friend in your struggle. We are very open to sharing knowledge about denim with designers for the advancement of fashion. Thank you @tencel_indonesia for facilitating Gamatex and @markbaigent ‘s meeting. Hopefully, we can collaborate and create a good product.

For you who interested to Mark Baigent, you can check his website at markbaigent.com, or you can see his work on instagram @markbaigent.

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