A realist forever dreaming of the day Miuccia Prada hires somebody over a bad idea, Jessie Kiely approaches her work with the constant underlying themes of frivolity, redundancy and excess.
Working with a process of approaching and interrogating high-end construction systems as a means to formulate structure. Jessie seeks to continuously work with visually loaded gestures and connotations that repeat and reappear within the fashion system. Jessie completed her Bachelor of Fashion Design (Honours) at RMIT University in 2014. She has spent two seasons interning at fashion houses J.W Anderson and Meadham Kirchhoff. Jessie will complete her Master in Fashion (Design) at RMIT in 2017.
Photo by Agnieszka Chabros