The Hands behind the pieces

My mission is to return the forgotten value to handmade pieces, when their own essence turns them into works of art that will last beyond time.

I mean to generate wardrobe favourites out of sustainable fabrications and techniques, maintaining a careful consideration, appreciation and a conscious approach; hoping to reshape the way people perceive and wear clothes.

I hold a timelessness concept, embracing personal style over trends. Working in the direction of a positive and permanent change in the fashion industry, I strive to preserve and promote the fresh and innovative use of traditional handwork. I am willing to influence the collective consciousness towards extending the life of garments, by reducing industrial waste and returning to the appreciation of true fashion design.

A Labour of Love

Within the dialogue between my hands and my soul, I am constantly exploring to stretch any rule. My studio is daily transformed into a laboratory, where being process-led is the source of my practice. Allowing each piece to develop in its own direction, I flow through continuous experimentation involving unique elements and an original manipulation. Innovation in textile combinations is the main character, within this fusion lies the value of an unrepeatable material.

My pieces are mainly made to measure, making sure that each design will carefully suit it's wearer, both in style and size. Each piece emanates a sense of freedom, where textures, forms, dimensions and aesthetic join in a majestic silhouette. I enjoy playing with the translucency of the materials and the impact the reflection of light or shadow will have on the skin of the wearer. Predominantly adopting black, I look to soften the boundaries of my pieces, drawing lines that shape a harmonious effect and give a sense of movement, growth and ever-expanding.

The aspect that highlights my design identity is the intense attention to detail - from the inside to the outside. From the finest hand finishing of the inner lining, right through to the outer packaging, there is always a connection, either through the same materiality or perhaps the techniques adopted.

I find myself bounded to the piece I’m creating, introducing unconventional designs and an extraordinary touch that separates them from the mainstream. Thinking and creating beyond established social norms, the frontiers between fashion, costume and art are transcended.