BSc International Relations, 3rd Year
Why are you interested in fashion, and how would you describe your style?
In many ways, fashion said what I couldn’t. It was bold. It was political. It was unapologetic. However, my interest soon grew from a means of self-expression to an admiration for the artistic statements made by different fashion movements, be it grunge or minimalist, skinhead or hippie. My own personal style developed from my love of classic street looks, but with a distinct Asian influence, a reference to my own background, growing up in India. Styles often stand declarative of our beliefs and values, an assertion of identity. Fashion is its own art form, reflective of who we are and who we want to be.
Vision for the Society – To change the perception of fashion as a world of the elite, with growing recognition for the diverse styles of Asia and Africa.
Role in the Society
Head of Outreach – Responsible for all the society’s external relations, whether it be designers, editors, stylists or industry insiders.