Afterhomework (Paris) was created in 2014, born from a utopia, dreamed by Pierre Kaczmarek, aged 15 at the time. His only wish, to create, at all cost. He started by designing pieces intended for his friends. He grew the brand while still at high school, hence the name Afterhomework (Paris) when he conceived a few capsule collections. one of the turning points of the brand, is his encounter with Elena Mottola that brought great knowledge in design, tailoring and pattern construction.

In 2016, the young duo developped their first collection of many while graduating high school. All the collections try not to focus on themes but rather on the creators’s personal daily observations of their life, a very spontaneous creative process where the appropriation of their own social environment is key, the brand’s DNA is now revealed, a raw yet pure approach of thinking clothing.
In essence, the Afterhomework (Paris) silhouette is defined by finding the balance between urban style inspiration and experimental creative research.

In 2018, the brand is the ANDAM fashion award finalist when it’s creators were only 19 and 20 years old. Three months later, Afterhomework (Paris) enters the Paris Fashion Week official calendar, making them the youngest designers in history to be part of it.

Afterhomework (Paris) has been called on to develop artistic directional contents for Converse, Nike, PSG, ADD, K-way and Giorgio Armani The brand has more than 50 retsailers in the world and is relayed by the international press.

Since day one, Afterhomework (Paris) acts like a label gathering several young Parisian creatives (artists, musicians, videographers, graphic artists, …). Those friends bring their advices and favor a certain artistic emulation around the creation of the collection, all supporting Afterhomework (Paris) as an independent brand whose collections are entirely made in Paris small ateliers. 

In 2020, with the help of the French Ministry of Culture, Afterhomework (Paris) opened its own e-commerce platform introducing its global audience to archive pieces, exclusive editions and collaborations.