When I am creating, I name the piece after a woman, a woman of my imagination.
But I do not have a certain embodiment of a person in mind.
No body shape, hair colour, eye colour. No.
What I do is creating solely a character. And I sophisticate the woman in a detailed manner.
So comes, that cut, fabric and colour form the analogue of the first things you have in mind,
when you think of a person.
While details as the collar, the sleeves, the buttons, the pockets constitute the not immediately obvious, but equally important attributes.
In fact the details form the sophistication
The ones that clarify, once you get to know the person more.
Both together then fuse and form a complex woman. At least in my mind.
I aim to create the basis on which a woman can express herself by blending her character into my clothes.
She might be similar to the woman in my mind, she might be completely different.
But beauty is diversity. Oskaras