Sara is a deep thinker, she lived most of her childhood in the country, surrounded by her first passion: nature and horseback riding. She is curious and always pushing herself and whoever surrounds her to turn their weaknesses and limits into strengths. When still a teenager she moved to the US to learn how to be independent.
After a long experience that helped her open her mind, she decided to take a path that put other people’s first. She thought that by studying psychology she would be able to fulfill her dream of helping people feel better. She soon realized that she was missing a very important part of her life that she could not give up: art and creativity. This is why she decided that the perfect way to make her passionate and completely satisfied with what she was doing was fashion.
In every creation there must be destruction. This made me think about the big bang, the very beginning of everything and the act of giving birth. What comes to mind when visualising this process is the fact that all the elements of creation, from atoms to cells and planets, have one thing in common: they all are spherical. The collection revolves around two different worlds, one of rationality, science and physics and one of irrationality and beliefs such as palmistry, astrology and divination.
The major theories that gave a shape and a meaning to everything and the collection are condensed between 1900 -1920. From relativity to worm holes and the torus structure, physics and its shapes have key role in terms of shapes and structures. The strongest link between the world of rational and irrational is Astrology, the belief that the alignment of the stars and planets affects every individual's mood, personality, and environment, depending on when he was born.
I believe in the idea that “in creation there is destruction”, to create the collections have only been used disposed clothes, recycled fabric and yarns, and fully recyclable materials. The collection is created to be versatile so that every piece can be used over time in many different ways, I stand behind the “1 piece many pics” philosophy, it’s a funny but effective concept.