Each collection is quite different, but we try to allow chance to impact our process, just as the changes in nature can never be controlled, we follow a generic path and welcome surprises to come to us and guide us to completion. For example, our most recent collection Air-Love, is about self love, a reminder the strongest love should be self love. Covid is a very emotional time for us and many may experience breakups or loss of important love. Thus I began with the print, using broken roses as paint brushes I drew more than 50 paintings made by roses, to represent broken love. My mum and I then used cut open vegetables as stamps, such as onions, peppers, potatoes, lotus, to create numerous large canvas paintings. We played with the pattern created by natural shape of the vegetable. We photographed and then printed them on soft tulle, we cut into strips then hand tacked gathered and layered the material to look like balls of flowers. In the new technique we call air-flower, a sustainable design technique to create different geometric voluminous forms that look like clouds, gardens or trees and feel delicate and soft. When we make these air-flower dresses, we can only plan a generic colour and shape, then we have to make them like sculptures, we have to follow the flow of the geometric pattern, and design through the making. It is very organic and we can create the best results through this. Then considering the show as the way to show our brand world and main message of the collection, I created large heart clouds, they were 9 metres tall and 12 metres wide. The three heart clouds made of water mist, vanished every 5 seconds like our beating hearts that can be felt but are ungraspable. It was to show a balance of sadness for this ethereal state but also a happy fantasy of its changing soft colours and gentle feathery appearance from the super fine water mist. Even for the finale, which was not so obvious for the audience, the models walked in an heart shape.