What does joy mean to you right now?
Something that brought me an immense amount of joy is developing my songwriting ability and discovering what suits my voice, as well as curating a library of music that inspires me creatively. Although 2020 was a difficult year it has certainly been filled with a lot of growth for me.
Also, to me joy has been building and strengthening relationships with those close to me, through such a weird and difficult year.
What drew you to the More Joy collection’s pieces? What do you like about the message it sends?
There’s something exceptionally freeing about wearing a loosely fitted tee and the More Joy ones are extremely comfy. I always wear quite fitted clothes, but when I wear More Joy, I feel I look good effortlessly without trying too hard. When I think about what More Joy represents, I think of liberation, being free and accepting yourself as you are.
What will you be doing more of in 2021?
I plan on taking things as they come and not putting too much pressure on myself. But that doesn’t mean I don’t have goals to meet. It’s just a matter of it maybe taking longer, after all, we are in a pandemic. This year I want to delve further into other creative areas like directing and styling, and get more versed as a creative.
How will you be bringing more joy to others this year?
This year I want to make an effort to do the little things that show those around me that I appreciate them. Checking in regularly is something that I want to ensure I do, especially with the current state that the world is in.
Favourite person, book, film, podcast or album that’s made you happy recently?
Recently I’ve been enjoying delving into 90s fashion and have fallen in love with a docu-film called Catwalk (1995). Seeing that era of fashion gives me life and inspires me in an indescribable way. It’s so crazy to see how carefree, romantic and revolutionary high fashion was back then.