BA (Hons) Fashion
Throughout my degree, I have developed a creative identity using colour, texture and absurdity to comment on social and political issues. My inspiration comes from sociological or psychological understandings of the interactions and behaviours amongst individuals and communities. Sustainability is at the heart of my practice and is something which I have explored a lot during my final year through developing sustainable textiles using oddments, offcuts and second hand wedding decor.
After graduation, I aim to pursue a role as a sustainable fashion designer and eventually set up my own sustainable fashion company. I believe the fashion industry is currently experiencing a shift towards the amalgamation of menswear and womenswear which is reflected in the gender fluidity of the way I design. My work pushes the boundaries of gendered clothing through my colour and fabric choices, as well as my use of oversized silhouettes and androgynous illustration style.