Tell us more about your collection!
I have multiple inspirations and influences, so the general concept is a bit complex. You could look at my Master’s collection as a type of self-curation, a curation of garments. I was looking mainly at very mundane things. I like the idea of the near-sexualisation of the ordinary. Each year I’ve spent at the Academy has made me more confident about my work. Looking back at what I’ve created here, I like certain aspects but I would also do things differently. I question myself about my outlook on fashion and how it represents identity. There’s always a certain uniformity in fashion even though people might think they’re individuals in the way they dress. There’s always a yearning to belong somewhere, to find your place. Especially in my family, there’s a “fashion” part of my family and then…