Poetic, everyday performances.

Taking inspiration from her personal interpretations of gestures and rituals, Rachel is drawn to fashion’s possibilities as a language, the ability to communicate notions through its performative form.

Her interdisciplinary practice uses poetic approaches to explore the ways we perform in our day to day, and how clothing and dress participate in these performances - amplifying, restricting or passively observing our habits, rituals and interactions.

Rachel’s projects embody the belief that new, sustainable approaches are necessary for our future in design. Centring around the idea that good design should be accessible to all.

Rachel’s previous community engagement projects include “Wearing the infrastructure city” MPavillion, (2017) and “Intimate Encounters” in Prato, Italy (2017).