My studies have always led me towards sustainable design which culminated with my dissertation investigating the viability of cradle to cradle as a solution within the fashion industry.
My final collection EMBODIMENT, originated from my dissertation research, encompassing elements of mortality and spirituality. Inspiration comes from a seventies aesthetic, referencing sci fi films and focusing on what it meant to be fashion forward during this time.
My graduate womens wear collection focuses on bespoke pieces, drawing inpiration from all aspects of art and design, for example my starting reference point was a piece by William Warren, “Shelves for life”. Oak book shelves which can be dismantled to create ones own coffin, the ultimate in durable sustainable design.
How have you found studying Fashion at Brighton?
Fashion at Brighton is a course run by respected, knowlegeble tutors who guide, nurture and push you to get the best from you. Our course also included a valuable business aspect and placement year, which makes it a cut above other courses, I spent my placement year at JW Anderson which was hard work but great fun.