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Oil Spill Trousers Toile

Calico mock-up of Oil Spill Trousers. The panels spill off the wearer's body and pool on the floor. Final in black with jet embroidery. Images of finalised garments on @rka.atelier on Instagram.

Rose Quartz & Resin

Sample integrating custom sculpted and casted resin embellishments with power mesh. Accented with embroidery thread and rose quartz.

Closeup - Toilet Bleach Tank

Three-dimensional electric blue drips of glass beaded embroidery on power mesh. Custom made resin embellishments. Relaxed fit tank. Surface before construction, images of finalised garments on @rka.atelier on Instagram.

Studio Space

The working environment in the studio. Showcasing samples, sketches, and general thought process surrounding the investigation.

Resin Jewels

Custom sculpted and cast resin embellishment sample hanging in studio space.

Rasha Khoyi

Sculptural surface fashion designer integrating classic techniques with textile innovation.

This textile investigation reimagines the conventional geometry and shapes existing in fashion tropes by drawing from the unpredictability of viscous liquid forms. This is conceptually supported by drawing inspiration from the Club Kid drag subculture that was prevalent in New York in the 80s & 90s. The work takes head from this movement with bold silhouettes, novelty concepts, and unconventional gender expression. The concept of a human as 'art in motion' is the driving force in this collection. Gender and fashion is greatly important in my practice, as the fashion industry today can be so binary, it is crucial to create art that is inclusive and transcends social construct. Additionally, the work celebrates classic techniques, whilst pairing them with innovative methods to create a harmonious future of fashion & textiles.

Final year project


Work Experience

ALEXANDER MCQUEEN - Year-long internship in the Womenswear Embroidery department. Digital design art-working for colour-ups & engineered pattern placements. Archive piece repair & general hand embroidery tasks. Work during Paris fashion week on short turn-around tasks & team coordination.

PHILIP TREACY - Millinery internship advancing attention to detail & handcraft process. Independent production on large scale orders, developing methods to replicate handcrafted elements. Functional & decorative construction methods in addition to repairs to client hats & fascinators. Prepping & familiarisation with natural materials.