Sara's new concept collection embodies a loyalty to heritage craftsmanship that she subverts with complex geometries. Exploring themes of anxiety and suffocation with the aid of a HRI (Human Robot Interaction) controlled all-surrounding swell of silks, taffeta and linen, Sara's latest installation comes to life with no time, season, wearer or size restraints - they simply just, are. The orchestrated, anatomical motion of silks and synthetic hair serves to impose a physical palpability to intimate unease, a feeling of underwater suppression. Based on her childhood nightmares of swelling hands and the sloth-like passing of time, Sara explores the spaces between success and strain – all in the colour way of 'thumb-throb red.'  - written by Allie Samborn

Sara Armstrong, Designer

 Sara Armstrong, A Breath