Every human being is unique and so is the sweat that we produce, encapsulating our health, wellbeing and identity. My work uses the body's natural sweat to grow crystals, with each one growing individually to the person, already able to detect levels of urea, estrogen and sugars.
A future concept of how our bodies could eventually accessorize themselves.
School of Design
MA Fashion Womenswear, 2018
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As a fashion designer/ material researcher I base my work on the concept of creating alternative fashion systems for the future. My practice focuses mainly on sustainability and engineering of new biomaterials, developing new environmental- friendly processes of biodegradable materials into the fashion industry.
- BA Fashion, Norwich University of the Arts, 2016
- Internship, Ciment Pleating, London, 2015; Internship, Womenswear Design, Marks & Spencer, London, 2014
- NYFW:Stage One, New York, 2017
- Shortlist, Biodesign Challenge, 2017; Finalist, International Flavours & Fragrance Award, 2018; Finalist,100% Optics Award, 2017; David Band Textiles Award, GFW, 2016; Runner up, F.A.D Award, 2016