Wabi-Sabi. When talking to Rogan about what is unique and inherent in his designs, you might hear this term get thrown around. For those unfamiliar with this term, it's a Japanese idea and aesthetic of embracing imperfections and seeing beauty in what some may call flaws. [Wikipedia quotes some very beautifully poetic thoughts on wabi-sabi.]
This thought that perfection exists in asymmetry, irregularity and simplicity resides in the depths of ROGAN designs. From creating unevenly textured fabrics and leaving hems unfinished to dye finishes and printing methods that leave each garment unique characteristics, ROGAN collections adopt wabi-sabi every step of the way.