Most definitely! My personal style was what pushed me to explore my own interests in subcultural means, music and to eventually create a conceptual form of narrative that is intangible and often unrealistic. In a way, my aesthetic became a reflection of my struggle with interpersonal development that, at times, felt quite entrapping. Being quite petite, I always loved oversized garments; this is part of what fuelled my deep love for menswear and androgyny. Therefore, creating a ‘genderless’ approach to TalaMade was imperative in my message and identity. The idea behind TalaMade is to create uniformed clothing that acts as a blank canvas for the individual, allowing them to tailor garments based on their personal needs.