Growing up my family had a kidswear clothing line, it’s called “Biz:kid”. A lot of that influenced me, and what I do today. and then I went to a fashion school. When I was in uni, I was living in Brooklyn. So I took a lot of that New York vibe, If you are a girl, you have edgy hair-cut, shaved, tattoo and you like black, you are cool like that. I think me and some other new label designers are really pushing the conventional because, before that you have like, Carven Ong and Khoon Hooi, who does ready-to-wear, bridal and muslimah wear, we were really pushing it, we really want to not just showcase in Malaysia, but overseas as well, therefore, we need to follow the seasons, fall, winter, spring, summer so when I had the sci-fi show, that was for the fall-winter season. Obviously, you can’t wear it here, but I’m thinking in the long run, it will be appropriate for me to have 2 seasons and showcase in Berlin and so forth. I think the theme is very environmental base, especially the jackets, removable, waterproof so I think a lot of my work, goes back to, when I was in school, I did sustainable course as well, so a lot of that made me feel like the world is changing, and the environment is getting from bad to worse, because of the things humans do to the animals and (so forth) those jackets are -, I’m not like the pretty cocktail designer, it’s always the tough exterior girl, like Jennifer Lawrence in the Hunger Games, what she would wear, she’s not in tight fitting clothes, going to a very prissy event, she’s going to like a very -, an event too, but probably more like -, has to do with a lot of people, who knows about the political, environmental and world issues, instead of just being the typical standard of pretty.