There is a lot going on at the moment, as well as putting SS16 production into work and working on next season’s designs which will be shown at a trade fair in Paris in January. We are also casting for next season’s model. We have to do several photoshoots for the website, product shots and look book, all with different photographers and locations. We are also working hard to complete the website.
I have always been inspired by all things graphic, photographic and architectural, sometimes bold, sometimes soft. I love playing with lines on the body and have always started a design directly on the form and then sketched it. The SS16 collection has largely come from photos I’ve taken of Pylons, they are such amazing structures and create different angles, spaces and lines as you move around them.
It would be an amalgamation of people, my dad for his passion and drive and my mum for her strength and stamina. I look up to people that stay true to themselves.
Probably being so little in a car that the only thing I could see out of the top window was the pylons flashing past, they’ve always fascinated me.
It’s probably the triangle bra which I haven’t actually put into production. I think it’s my favourite because I spent so much time getting the fit and the lines right. It’s 100% cotton (which I love) and is the master pattern that I base all of my bra styles on.
I’m currently trying to learn the art of not worrying about what’s ahead, worrying too much causes unnecessary stress and is exhausting! I am trying to learn to deal with each day in hand, get the facts and resolve a problem. Tomorrow is a fresh day.
I like to do yoga and go for walks along a sea front.
Light a candle and enjoy a deep, hot bubble bath.
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