Gideons Army


Storyteller focused on sharing joy through fashion and film.




Chelsea x Nike x Three


There is a saying in a Jamaica “ We are little but we are tallawah (strong).” This collection pays homage to the Windrush generation that came over, dressed in their flamboyant shirts with their grip (suitcase) in-hand – a generation that defied the odds. They did not leave behind their style or identity. 70 years ago, they founded the New Testament Church of God in England and Wales. When they were not allowed to rent rooms and couldn’t buy houses, they came together to build a safe-space- a shared space for all.  

The Black church has its own “But God…”


Knot’ speaks to childhood nostalgia of playing games, dressing as you please and your mother lovingly braiding your hair.

‘Knot’ the editorial and film harnesses the unapologetic and unwavering confidence of the inner child, whilst also embracing the complexities of Black Hair.

CHELSEA x NIke x three project

Playful Energy was inspired by the joy and vibrant light children emit whilst playing football.  The 3 piece knitted set features an adjustable bodycon skirt, an off the shoulder jumper and a printed padded bra. With dip dyed machine knit football socks and matching glove.

The Dubied machine and hand knit textiles was influenced by the fluid drawing style of children drawings and the stripes so synonymous with a football kit.  The hand dyed yarns are combined together with strips of print. The Print was designed in collaboration with designers Yoonsoo and Maggie. 

IN The shadows editorial

In The Shadows’ editorial is an introspective look into the current juxtaposed times we inhabit. Where one can experience great joy and light whilst also struggling with the darker emotions we often try to mask. 

Featuring hand crochet underwear, beaded rope harness, braided face mask and the White Show flared trousers with a collared bib shirt.





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