Modern/spatial art, geometric shapes, urban space, and electronic music
Fall 2013 Collection
As a recent transplant to New York, I am hyper aware of the constant evolution of the city’s space according to time, weather, social events, elevation (first floor versus 26th), and unexpected pockets of nature. Even more complex is how people function, interact, and dress in the changing space. I ask: How will urban space look 100 years from now? How do people fit in that space? Fusing urban space with the future, my collection manipulates neoprene to act like other fabrics through pleating, fringing, and cutouts. The geometric silhouettes and color-blocked shapes have an aero-dynamic, sporty feel that achieve something otherworldly.