WHO WE ARE
German born designer Daniel Thies received his Master’s Degree in Design Management from London College of Fashion in 2010.
Shortly after, he was recruited by various brands like HUF, Libertine Libertine, and Clae as sales rep and distributor. Finding mentorship with industry veterans Steven and Nina Vogel of Black Lodges, Daniel grew into an astute apparel professional. He later went on to contribute to establishing the German chapter of industry trade show (capsule) by BPMW.
After 5 years studying the sales, marketing and business end of the industry, Thies founded Delikt Clothing – a leather goods company where he could combine the business skills he had learned and embrace the creative lineage that is his design focused family. Following in the footsteps of cousin, renowned designer Robert Geller, and his aunt jewelry designer Colleen B. Rosenblat, Thies continues his family’s tradition of craftsmanship and good design.
Eva Napp is a people, lifestyle and fashion photographer based in Los Angeles, California. She was born in South Korea, grew up in Germany and decided to jump the ocean and move to the U.S. in 2013.
After doing her Bachelor‘s in Communication Design, Eva concluded that she did not want to be a graphic designer but become a photographer after all and was accepted at the prestigious Central St. Martins College of Art & Design in London where she graduated in 2010 with a Master‘s Degree. Joining the ranks of fellow-alumni such as Marc Jacobs, Alexander McQueen, Richard Long, Antony Gormley and M.I.A.
A nomad at heart, she travels around the world, constantly searching for surprising motives in the most uncommon places, ready to discover the strange, the beautiful, and the hidden unknown.
In 2015 she joined husband Daniel Thies in founding DELIKT CLOTHING.
Bo Matthew Metz is an American fashion designer living and working out of Los Angeles.
Within two years of living in California he worked with Rodarte,
cultivating his craftsmanship and gaining invaluable experience. Metz also maintained a necessary artistic outlet on the side through styling and working on music videos, creative direction, sculpture and set design.
He designed his first clothing line, Bright Future, which included two seasons and sold in high-contemporary stores placed alongside brands such as Vivian Westwood, Acne Studios, Alexander Wang, and Rick Owens.
Metz held the role of Creative Director for Age of Man, a men’s contemporary street wear brand, and the women’s counterpart line, ROHM, which sold at Saks Fifth Avenue, Intermix, and Macy’s.
In the Spring of 2014, a long-time friend stepped into a forgotten original BOMME gown. It was in that moment Metz decided to pursue working independently and designing freely