This is a theoretical uniform for an NSK Commissar, designed and created for the Retrogarde Reading Room by Christian Matzke. It is based in part on an amalgamation of various Laibach/NSK images from the last 30 years, ranging from Tomaz
Hostnik's 1980 stage uniform to promotional photos from Laibach's 2004 WAT tour.
The uniform itself is an East German officer's coat with jodhpurs and jackboots. The insignia were all custom stitched, including Malevich Cross collar tabs and a Wehrmacht chest eagle clutching the "cross and cog" of Laibach instead of the N.S.D.A.P. swastika.
The cuff title on the left sleeve is a custom embroidered "LAIBACH" in silver thread with matching silver piping.
The medal on the jacket is from an Italian silversmith (an eBay purchase).
The buttons are from a Swiss military tunic with silver paint highlighting the crosses.
The armband is a rare piece of actual Laibach merchandise from Slovenia.
The pouch (shown in the detail photo below) is military surplus of unknown origin, screen printed with the NSK symbol in waterproof ink. It is just the right size to fit Alexei Monroe's Interrogation Machine.
The belt is an official Laibach "cross and cog" belt.