Plethora' is centred around a sustainable and slow design practice with handmade
techniques that capture attention, while preserving a level of softness. By sourcing dead-
stock fabrics, remnants, and recycled hardware, I actively contribute to a more sustainable
approach to textiles that are often dismissed as 'waste.' This allows me to challenge the
notion that such materials are inherently 'ugly' and instead uncover their unexpected beauty.
I speak through textural forms and techniques such as ruffling, gathering, macramé and
weaving to create outcomes that embrace my ideas of softness and femininity while still
emanating a bold and textural presence.