I always thought a woman should be classy in her behavior, elegant, tastefully yet sensually dressed. She should be able to provoke desire in others to discover her mystery and allure but not by being vulgar or indecent. But by intelligence, determination, by her zest for life and discovery, by her innocence, her passion, by her thirst for knowledge and the unknown. All this should be portrayed in how she moves, how she talks, what she talks about, in her smile, the way she carries herself. A woman should be feminine and emotional yes, but at the same time she should be strong, secure in herself, independent and never be afraid to go after her dreams. Her beauty should radiate inside out proudly ....when you look at her all of these components should clearly create an image of the perfectly unique individual she is.
I'm someone who always tries to capture an essence of what a woman should stand for and translate that into fashion and her overall appearance. This is my passion for constant discovery and expression of creativity. When I work on someone's wardrobe it's always important to me to find out who the person I'm dressing really is.... What their passion is, what makes them get up every morning and face the world. I need to find out what is so distinct-fully unique about this specific person and how can I translate that into what she looks like or what she is wearing. We all come from different walks of life and are so distinct and yet so very similar to one another........my priority is always to enhance her best assets ......before I can begin to silently describe her to the world outside by putting together her outfit without a single word.