I am a womenswear fashion designer who has been influenced by my father working in architecture industry. I love layering, asymmetry, variations, contrasts, and combination of curvilinear shapes and geometric shapes. I am into "modernized deconstructivism”.

Deconstructivism is one of popular theories in postmodern architecture. It includes most of aspects of my aesthetics in that it aims to dislocate the skeleton of the object to distort the basic and standard form. I am interested in unique construction of garment silhouette which has variations on all sides. I love to examine the structure of buildings, sculptures, installations and garments.

I always try to make them disorganized but they never look chaotic but rather clean and organized with combinations of shapes and lines. That is why I call my design philosophy “modernized deconstruction”.