You are what you wear: “Through my clothing I wish to express the gray area in gender that I believe exists and push it boundaries as to who is intended to wear what item of clothing. Whenever sometime tells me “Well isn’t that a girl’s dress?” I kindly reply “No, it’s mine because I bought it.” I love to mix textures and patterns because my style derives more from Diana Vreeland school of fashion where “the eye must travel” as apposed to the Coco Chanel school of style where you should “take one accessory off before leaving the house.”
In clothing I first look for quality, in the stitching and in the fabric. To me that is the MOST important thing about any garment, is that it will last. Secondly, being a gender queer individual I like to look for clothing that can be versatile and can be worn or styled different ways in order to meet my day to day needs as to whether I’m feeling more masculine, feminine, or somewhere in between.