Through an oblique point of view I first deconstruct, and then redefine the parts and rearrange them to come up with new outcomes. The ultimate goal is to find my own dimension. By giving it my own twist, a never-before-seen beauty arises. I spend a lot of time on approaching pieces from different angles, both in a conceptual way and physically. I move around and see how it looks. My daily life is a continual cycle of thinking sensually, creating, laying it out, sitting with it, re-assemblance, lining up, wearing, documenting again.
I lay the individual pieces out and get a feel for the relationship among them. I see the forest, not the trees, so to speak. Because at the end of the day it is the relationship among individual pieces that defines the collection. Once I get a good feel for the relationship, I experiment with different groups to create a look and then test out various range plans to decide on a final lineup. I love to suggest a new structure beyond conventional clothing, the messages that I want to send are a structural experiment, geometric and abstract aesthetic, a new relationship between the human body and garments and openness to diversity.