"Fashion is like eating, you shouldn't stick to the same menu."Oh boy…I am actually going to write and share this. Honestly I had no idea it will come to this point but obviously it has to be that way so here it goes. I will never forget the experience of me wearing a pink T-shirt with matched pink pants and on top of that pink sneakers. Man how did this even look like? I was tall and really skinny so I could have understood people could not understand my weird style expression. Probably I also did not understand it quite well. But what was the most coolest part was me sketching and drawing women clothing since I remember from an early age. I will never forget the book I had especially bought for my clothing designs. Every day I sketched women clothing. You know what is the funny part? Actually not having a possibility to see the clothing I was drawing anywhere. There were no magazines, no TV programs…Nothing.. Man we had no Internet. Phones were just produced back then. Can you imagine growing up in a no wifi world? Me either. This is completely insane. My mum was always making fun of me and my sketches, she was unable to understand why was I drawing some clothing. Honestly I myself had no clue what was I doing, but man I would die to go back in time and to find this little book of mine where I collected all the designs I sketched. Gosh, I even remember some of the clothing I drew. Try to imagine living in a world where you are sketching woman clothes and then growing up to see this clothing of yours actually becoming alive and wearable, to see them on the streets? Where did I get so inspired? Probably everything was so well hidden inside of me and trying to express itself. But as time went I saw nothing will come out of it. So I eventually stopped sketching at one point of time. Then I discovered portraits and was into them too much so I stopped thinking about fashion and sketching for 10 years in a row. Yep I know that’s a lot. I was obsessed with reading and studying languages so I gave up portraits as well. Years went by and I was about to enter high school.