I love to do the unexpected. I also really love clothes. Since I was young, I have been going to fabric stores and thrift stores putting together looks. Some were successful, and some not so much :). It comes to no surprise to many that I became a designer.
Getting into swimwear was sort of an accident. It all started when I went to Hawaii, and then continued as I moved back to New York and worked in the fashion industry. What I discovered about bathing suits as I began making them, was that they don't have to be worn exclusively on the beach. Check out Rhianna's look.
I prefer to be a little more subtle with how I wear my bathing suit in the world. I love to pair it with loose, flowy bottoms. If I go for a tighter pant or skirt, then I often throw a relaxed cardigan over it to make the look more casual. Here I am with my daughter wearing the Night Cap with a mini skirt.