Isabella Cain
I am Isabella Cain, I have studied woven construction for the final 2 years of my textile’s degree, with an aim to create fabrics that instantly lift the audience’s mood due to colour and tactility. During the last two years I have explored the idea of androgynous menswear and pushing the boundary between what is feminine and what is masculine. I am passionate about breaking down stereotypes built around how men can express themselves through what they choose to wear in order to demonstrate their own personal identity rather than being constrained to societies masculine traditions. I want to portray a contemporary attitude of accepting people for who they are themselves rather than how they fit in, and exploring how this is done through flamboyant fashion.
BA (H) Textile Design