A little bit about what we do…
made for a particular customer or user.
"a bespoke suit"
Waiting for your bespoke bikini or costume can be an impatient and frustrating procedure. However, I would like you all to turn that mindset around. Creating a bikini or a costume to a standard which is highly perfect takes a lot of care and time.
Every piece I make is tailored for each individual customer based on their wants and needs. Rushing such a thing is not even an option for me. I love what I do, and I put that love into every single piece I create. This is a form of art, and I hope that when you all see your bikini or costume for the first time, you also love every little stone on your piece.
Designing is a true passion of mine, and I guarantee that you will always receive your piece well before your show and in the most flawless way that I can present it to you. I want you all to enjoy the process. It should be fun and exciting, not stressful.
Please understand that bespoke pieces take time. It won’t be ready from one day to the next, but this is the beauty of it.
Seeing a piece transform from a simple plain bra to a gorgeous, classy piece of art is one of my favourite things to experience in the world. If you can understand and try to relate to this, I am sure you will enjoy the process as much as I do.
Above everything, seeing how happy each and every one of you get once you receive your order is beyond me. You all look absolutely stunning on stage, and that’s how you should feel not only on stage but every day of your lives.
You are all bespoke women. Beautiful in every single way and in your OWN way. Enjoy the ride, or else what is the point?
Now go out there and give it your all!
I began my adventure into the world of fashion design early in 2013. I started working alongside the extremely talented Alex Davey, who introduced me to the world of WBFF.
At the beginning of my work with Alex, I had a full-time job in the teaching industry. I have always had a passion for creating things, whether designing costumes for my children or making beautiful bespoke curtains, but that was very early in my career. In 2009, I went into the food and hospitality business but shortly moved on to teaching, and eventually, my love for fashion design pulled me back.
I love what I do. You all make my business shine, so when I wake up every morning and I walk over to my studio, it is one of my favourite parts of the day. I get to spend all day creating these magnificent pieces to be worn by powerful women all around the world. That makes me a very proud woman.