We want to be seen in full color.

 We believe that clothes should tell a story about who you are. But, who are you? A florist? Musician? Designer? Writer? We believe you’re more than any one title could capture. We believe in your multitudes, the parts of you that exist in tension, and the quirks that you’re afraid to show the world. We believe all those pieces are you, and all of them deserve to be seen.


Our Prints
At Mixed, we design prints that celebrate all of you. Not for wallflowers, our pieces make it so that you can’t be missed. We love vibrant colors, rich textures and nature-inspired forms.

How We Work
We value mutually beneficial relationships, transparency, and ethical manufacturing. We utilize digital textile printing to produce our prints on fabrics, which eliminates the excessive water pollution and usage of chemical dyes associated with traditional textile dyeing methods. Digital printing allows us to print on demand, using exact amounts of ink to reduce waste. Mixed products are ethically produced at our factories in New York City and New Delhi. 

About Nasrin

Hi! I’m Nasrin—founder and designer of Mixed. 

The concept of my mixedness was made clear to me at a young age growing up in LA with a Japanese mom and Iranian dad. People would learn my name then look at my face and couldn’t quite put a finger on who I was. I liked that.

So often the conversation about mixedness is about the burden of not fitting in. But in the discomfort of nonconformity there is the benefit of individuality—we occupy unique spaces that push us to consistently reflect on who we are and what we value, beyond labels and appearances.

Today, I define mixedness more broadly. It’s about all those places of tension we feel within our identities. The pieces that seem like they don’t quite fit together, but remain valuable parts of who we are. As a Japanese-Iranian-American, designer, and entrepreneur, I'm always living on the edge of my many identities. I founded Mixed to create a home for our multitudes and inspire our community to be seen in full color.