We have expressed ourselves sartorially from time immemorial. Whether flamboyant, simple or utilitarian, what we wear is a barometer by which we are judged. And when we’re stripped, that gauge disappears. Outfit is a celebration of that expression and a demonstration that the more personal, esoteric or playfully we dress, the more we honor our true self.


Over the past seven months we have developed a new sense of cover. We’ve sheltered ourselves under our roofs and outfitted our bodies with masks and gloves. And on a personal level, my quarantine became a physical shield that, ironically, catalyzed a mental freedom under which I created the second part of this exhibition.