That day, I witnessed so much love and unity that I came back to the studio with a new idea; I wanted to create a collection focused on a message rather than a season. I wanted to create a collection where unity across borders, woman empowerment, and giving back was the main focus. I envisioned a white collection featuring women’s portraits. Thanks to the power of social media I found talented textile artist Laura Renée Maier. Her artwork is done by hand with the help of her one-hundred-year old crank sewing machine; and that aspect of her work still amazes me. I shared with her my idea and without hesitation, she jumped right into this journey.
Many individuals from all over the world have joined our efforts and that’s what Wild Woman is all about; the opportunity to reach out to one’s neighbor regardless of where they are from and simply join forces to collaborate and spread the love and unity I felt on that march.