As a child I was always immersed in projects of my own. My career trajectory began with a Stanford degree in Art and Art History and a minor in Philosophy. I continued my education with fashion training at the Istituto di Marangoni and subsequently worked as fashion designer for Giorgio Armani in Milan and then Zac Posen in New York. It was in my first-time collaboration designing shoes with Manolo Blahnik for Zac Posen that I decided to move back to Italy and launch my own eponymous women’s luxury shoe line, Nicole Brundage (debut FW2006). Several years later, I launched another line called Acrobats of God, a line made strictly of elastic bands and P.V.C., in what I called “the search for…
“Take a peek at what´s beneath the “cover” and surrender yourself to any perceived seductions to shift your boundaries and change your shape”
My portraits as well as all my collages are mostly artisanal; they are not digitally created in the traditional sense.
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