I studied Fashion design with business studies at the University of Brighton, and this was my graduate collection in 2010. Images were subsequently published in the Metro as well as Brighton's local newspapers.
The collection was called 'Spot the difference' and inspiration for it was rooted in the idea of optical illusions. Visual references included old stereogram books, which simultaneously trick your brain and makes your eyes hurt. In essence, I wanted to explore the idea that upon closer attention, an object can reveal hidden details.