The personality of this collection is essentially a parody, inspired by my everyday life and the awkward, embarrassing moments that I experience. Whether it is a piece of tissue paper stuck to the bottom of a shoe or a dress tucked (unknowingly) into tights – I wanted my woman to embody that silly, clumsy attitude but pulls it off because of her carefree disposition and to represent my interpretation of femininity and the moments that have shaped me as a woman, which are the moments that have embarrassed me the most. My concept development begins with an image taken in Germany, Munich 1964 at a coiffure pageant. The hair, styled and shaped into peculiar wiggles and waves, sparked my experimentation with shape and silhouette on the stand. These shapes are created to enhance and expose the female body, drawing attention to certain areas in order to remove the taboo of embarrassment when these moments do happen.