My current work analyzes ordinary clothes to re-evaluate fashion’s role amidst the chaos of our current times. In this age of uncertainty, anxiety, and political disruption, I question fashion’s importance in our everyday lives and society. Integrating practice and research methods – the combination of texts, interviews, photographic experiments, and material exploration inform my multi-disciplinary approach to design. Pushing the boundaries of fashion and its means, my designs emphasize the non-binary nature of ordinary clothes as suitable for both men and women. I currently live in Milan, Italy and recently graduated with a degree in fashion design at Parsons School of Design.