Within the final year of my bachelor's, I have found myself exploring art forms and research that extend further than the fashion community. Through the lenses of religious storytelling and iconography, I have been studying and examining the idea of the Sacred and Profane from the writings of Emile Durkheim.
With textural material explorations into the human experience and emphasis on contrasting silhouettes, I focus on the ritual of development and experimentation. My practice has begun to pivot toward the creation of a faux cult, Gurevitch. Fostering a fashion community that operates as a religion where the sound of bells welcomes your hands into prayer and the medium of the folio is a bible.