What does diversity mean to you? 


Diversity means the inclusion and respect of people with different beliefs, opinions and cultural backgrounds within a group.


If there’s one thing you could change in the fashion industry what would it be?

If i could change one thing it would be to remove the engrained compliance that people have in regards to the substandard level of professionalism and their unwillingness to accept that alternative approaches would be beneficial to reducing the adverse affects some people encounter working in the industry.


What’s the craziest thing about you?

One of the craziest things to happen to me was during my French gcse where I last minute used google translate for a French homework which turned out to be for a national competition, I subsequently won and ended up being sent to Paris for 2 weeks as a representative for England. Along with French scholars from around the world, as part of a government scheme to improve international diplomatic relations. I don’t speak French...


What is your hidden talent?

A hidden talent of mine is probably my flexibility. I’m slightly double jointed and can bend in some fairly peculiar positions - this doesn’t help me sometimes as it’s paired with an equally peculiar personality.


What do you love most about yourself?

Something that I love about myself is my outlook on life, I’m very hardworking and positive minded. I managed to get into university after a tough few years at college and came out with a degree in biomedical science. Even though I’m still unsure about my future I know that I’m capable of achieving the goals that I set myself and can keep myself happy doing just that.

What does Beauty mean to you? 


Beauty to me means different things depending on the context. For a person you can find beauty in the parts of them that make them stand out as an individual, whether physical or within their personality. Although beauty can be found in many places; in music, art, food, our own emotions. It is a primal energy or a value capable of striking the ‘soul’ and allows us to reflect on the nature of life.