I've always been fascinated by the way clothes can convey a person's personality, attitude, and emotions. I believe that fashion is a form of self-expression, and the right outfit can make me feel confident and empowered. On the other hand, I've also been aware of the negative impact that fashion can have on the environment and society. Despite these contradictions, I've come to realize that fashion is a way to connect with our past and culture, and it can be a powerful tool for self-expression. While I'm currently more focused on audio visuals, I still appreciate the role fashion plays in my life and the way it helps me feel confident and authentic. For me, art is about embracing our individuality, and fashion is just one way to express that.

"You can tell a lot about someone by the way they dress, not just what they're wearing, but how they're wearing it."

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My collection made in 2022 draws inspiration from coral bleaching and the impacts of climate change. Using black and white tones, I depict a future where coral reefs lose their vibrant colors. Splashes of color hint at the degradation process. This visual contrast highlights the urgent need to address climate change and its effects on marine life.


My collection “Emotions”, made in 2022 is a project that pairs colors with emotions, reflecting how they're felt in the body. Each emotion is represented by a vibrant hue, positioned where it resonates most physically. Vibrant colors symbolize intense feelings, while black areas signify regions with minimal sensation, creating a visually striking exploration of the connection between emotions and bodily experience.


I wanted to make a project inspired by my great- grandmother and me, so I created this project: "Two generations". When she passed away, I inherited her old curtains and made them a base for my dress.  I found photos of her and took elements of her garments and regrouped them to make it one piece.   This work helped me to understand how  much fashion can connect the past and the future.


"Chronophobia" is a collection inspired by the fear of time. It depicts a world where everything moves rapidly, capturing the anxiety of time slipping away. It encourages viewers to confront their own anxieties about time's passage and to appreciate the present moment.