– Disrobe 2015 –

I call for disrobement.

I have disrobed my personal stories, conceptions and fortifications, stripped down my masquerade, my every perception, until all but essence was left:
I found the source of energy and inspiration for expressing my humble craft, the tone of my voice within a bigger whole.

The space of this refound freedom knows neither one shape nor image. It’s ours; we are all part of this same infinite incredible universe.

Lets not cease disrobing our countless overheated self-created and self-driven machines, among which society and religion itself.
Often fueled solely by the perception of economical growth, however exhausting humanity and our planet’s natural sources;
one by one our systems are failing, corrupting, bursting or exploding beyond repair. I feel it’s time to disrobe.

I offer a choice of cloaks, dresses, vests, cardigans, throws, shifts and tunics. Carefully tailored to bring ease and comfort.
Attentively created volumes are ample and will subtly draw out your sensuality, aided at times by a ribbon to give accent.
Construction, technique, and manufacture are laid bare; they form the intricate quality of the garment.

Fabrics are chosen for their distinct character beholding a mix of fragile yet bold strength, a layered personality and desirable rounded softness.
Lovingly I clothe your shapely but naked body.

(photography: Remy Castle, at PS Project Space)

I dress. I’ve been working in this profession since 1987. I embrace work in progress, the effort and collective excitement that lies in the process.
As I have touched and have been touched, there are many stories to tell.