Founder - November 2017 - Present
I founded Cost Projects midway through my Senior year while studying Design, and Entrepreneurship at the University of Michigan. I started by creating hand-dyed, embroidered tees, with unique designs never to be repeated. Using daily auctions on Instagram, I sold a One of One tee for over 100 days straight. This socially conscious fashion brand focuses on authenticity, community engagement, and individuality looking to bridge the gap between art, sports, and culture.
Girls Girls Girls Roar! is about celebrating the collective power of women. The phrase is meant to encourage women to use their voices, their narratives, and their power to initiate dialogue and societal change surrounding women’s issues. Our intention is for people to appreciate women's significance when wearing the clothing.
03/30/2018 - A collaboration w/ Jordyn Fishman
01/31/2019 - Present
Throwback Threads is a series of pieces in which I customize thrifted jerseys, crewneck, and jackets. The series looks to combat the wastefulness of fast-fashion with unique cross-cultural designs that tastefully connect sports, music, and art. The pieces are sold through weekly auctions on Instagram, crowning the highest bidder at midnight the winner.
A Fourth of July collection celebrating our favorite memories of summer with popsicle inspired logos and hand-dyed cotton tees
A collection of vintage crewnecks that were inspired by the vibrant color palette of Matchbox Toy Cars and racing iconography, as seen above in the 2018 Michigan Fashion Media Summit.