Spring 2010. Senior thesis. Collaborated with Gwendolyn MacLeish (J&M '10) to design and costume the corrupt and warring rulers of four imaginary kingdoms, each inspired by a suit of cards. In order: Hearts, Spades, Diamonds, Clubs. All crowns and other metal accents by Gwendolyn MacLeish. Models: Scott, Yue, Evan, Charlie.
Spring 2009/Fall 2009. Children’s wear for my younger self. Original print design adapted from an Edward Gorey illustration. Illustration and concept board in Adobe Photoshop.
The skull lace was hand-crocheted by my lovely mom. Models: Maya & Mira.
Machine Knitting Samples
Fall 2008. Fall 2008. In preparation for our final machine knitwear project, we were required to put together samples of original knitwear swatches using various techniques, including designing our own punch cards for patterns. Various materials.
Spring 2008 Final "Print" Project. For our print project, we were each given several yards of a printed fabric at random, and required to make a garment using at least 50% of our print. Gathering inspiration from 18th century masquerade balls and 1970's glam rockers, I made a three-piece suit consisting of a red velvet jacket with print appliqué, lined in my print, a print corset with red velvet gores, and mustard yellow wool cigarette pants with ruched print insets and a back lace-up gore. Last photo taken during Spring critique, modeled by Tiffany L.