The world wants me to be what I am not.
The world muscles me to conform, to name me, to give me a label that doesn’t represent who, in fact, I am.
Fashion should be for everyone: Regardless of gender, creed, race and size.
It should be a foundation upon which each person builds a self.
Expression is a key part of my vision – how expression varies from person to person.
My garments are designed to function as tools to help and enhance expression – individual creative expression.
My garments offer a bifurcated experience – one that can be accepted for the comfort and ease of the apparel and one that embraces a modern social and political discourse – a dialogue inviting the wearer to experience the certain bliss of freedom.