My interests arise from anthropology, psychology, and the interaction of myth & the fashioned body. Through my practice I explore how and where folklore manifests itself into an overarching visual language. I take an anthropological approach in my practice, meeting with folklorists and storytellers to collect site specific tales and translate them into fashion imagery using the location, body and clothing to connote the human emotions of these lores.
London & New York @kirileighzullo

MA Fashion Communication: Fashion Image at Central Saint Martins - Distintion
BA Fashion Styling & Production at the London College of fashion - First

selected publications:

Metal Magazine, Fashion Unfiltered, Copy Manual, The Portfolio, I-D, Teran Community, Underlines Magazine

group exhibitions:

YES: Fashion at Central Saint Martins, Lethaby Gallery - February 2020

18 Montrose Place - November 2019

LCFBA18- June 2018