Sanna Namin (b. 1995) is a Swedish/Iranian multidisciplinary designer and artist from Stockholm.
Her practice navigates the intersection of identity politics, working through the conflict and challenges by figuring new forms, free of historic/inherited conceptions and assumptions. She blurs the boundaries between art and fashion by body-building wearable sculptures, interrogating the possibility of material properties and compositions of stretch fabrics, foam and metal.
She completed her Bachelor's Degree from the University of Brighton (2019), where she also spent time in Stockholm, Paris and New York working from brands such as Ann-Sofie Back, Balenciaga and Vaquera. Before her Master studies at the RCA she worked for 3 years as an Assistant Designer at Filippa K and Junior Designer (Accessories, Apparel and Body Armour) for POC Sports in Stockholm.