matthew david andrews
As a child my mother taught me how different brands have a marker of taste and quality, as I’ve developed my design aesthetic, these early experiences and use them as a tool as a development tool as I design - finding the beauty in things others do not.
As a statement-making individual, I relate to this on a much more personal level. As a queer feminine male, I have often felt excluded from fashion and struggled to determine where I wanted to draw my wardrobe from.
I have found acceptance through my ambiguous design style, bold print mixing, colours and shapes. My eye for these details allows me to break boundaries and take risks in the industry, setting me apart from other design practitioners.