Rachel Sin is a designer for both the body and city landscapes. The trained architect turned fashion designer, began developing a passion for all things well designed in her studies, earning a Master degree in architecture. Sin’s ability to translate her architectural skills onto fabric makes this designer one to look out for. If architecture must always be functional, then fashion should be wearable. She designs sculpting to the form of the female body, with architectural lines that are strong, yet feminine and always at ease with effortless function. You never have to try too hard or look overdone, understated style is looking polished in a form fitting dress.
This collection’s inspiration is a simple one – the high school nerd has grown up and she is chic, knows what she wants and wants to do-it-all. This woman doesn’t hide behind her glasses anymore; she is the confident working girl who is always on the go. Each outfit transitions effortlessly from day to night, downtown to the red carpet and right into the after party. Looking understatedly cool means never having to try too hard or look overdone, because style is an extension of confidence, originality and personal expression.