I remember being in my late teens, and the first thing I remember hearing about fashion was “the 90s.”
There was nothing more glamorous than wearing a pair of jeans that looked like they had been made in a factory.
There were so many pieces of clothing that I wore that I never knew where they came from or how they had made them.
It wasn’t until I became an adult that I began to think about the fashion industry and its history, and I think it’s about time to revisit it.
The fashion industry in the 90’s was so much more than jeans, and even though they were all made in factories, they all looked the same, and they were just the same brands.
So, I think that it’s not only about style but also about identity, and how we can create more authentic, sustainable and fun fashion.
And that’s why I decided to re-think how we look in the future.
I wanted to go to the next level by putting all of the clothes that I grew up wearing on display, and also re-consider the way we live today.
I think a lot of young people are living a life where they don’t know where their clothes came from, and it feels like there’s a lack of respect for what we’ve made and the history of fashion that we’ve been so proud of.
It’s about celebrating what’s important and creating the best fashion we can be, but also sharing the beauty of the fabric, which is why I’m really excited to rejoin the fashion world.
I’m excited to join the conversation and talk about how we’re all changing, and hopefully we can get the conversation going for a better future.