As the world began to find its footing in the fresh new world of quarantine living, a land of frustrating video calls and internet purchasing. I took part in a residency that turned virtual, as to adapt to the new social circumstances. It offered a bit of directional focus, especially when it came to revolving in quarantine. Our focus as a collective of creatives was … Continue reading F.R.V.R. x FREEDUMBXX : virtualGALLERIA
We finally have our second champion of the underbelly, Barbara “1 Wing” Dallas. Caught up with her for a fashionable hunt, as she rolled through the underbelly like a zesty tumbleweed. Check out the full spread in the Underbelly gallery! sadbaddies; Barbara “1 Wing” Dallas Continue reading sadbaddies; Barbara “1 Wing” Dallas
We are proud to announce our enamel pin line; PINdead! We are taking unreleased pieces from our archives and having them made into limited run, unique and stylish pins to adorn all your fine denims with. The debut pin in the line is Thicc Comfy Couch, and is avaiable in the underbelly. Stay tuned for the next drop in the series! Thicc Comfy Couch ARTWORK … Continue reading PINdead!
I recently did a little photo shoot for some new upcycled pieces I have been working on during all the isolation downtime, I got some awesome help from a fellow creative and alumni of the Seneca school of fashion, Denisse del Carpio. The pieces featured are mainly a hemp poncho, and a fisherman’s raincoat. This is the first shoot for my budding series titled; freedumbxx. … Continue reading QUARANTINE// D A Z E
I have opened up my creative practice to start doing personal portrait commissions. I am finding it offers a fun and enjoyable challenge while inspiring future ideas. Pricing depends on the content of the desired image; anything from multiple people to pets. Get in touch with me on any platform to get your’s today! Continue reading Ridiculous Portrait Comissions
Education is a big part of life, and it is not something finite, but everlasting. It is cliche to say but we should always be learning in life. In regards to formal education, I have spent four years studying the art of fashion design at Seneca College in North York, Ontario. I finished two programs, a 1 year, and a 3 year program, which both … Continue reading College; Fashion Arts
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This is my final collection to end my studies of the fashion arts at Seneca College. Over the course of the final year we were tasked to conceive the themes and inspiration for a ten look fashion line, then we were to actually create 2-4 of the looks from that line. Those 2-4 looks were then compiled with my fellow student-designers’ lines into one grand … Continue reading L8.BLOOMER