The inspiration for Audrey’s final collection “Brave New World” started off with looking at the difference between how we view ourselves and how we think others view us. Are the people we want to be, the characters that we really are? Historic English royal garments have been explored and referenced as an acute instance of identity and uniform in history. The project explores how we are supposed to wear the uniform and how we want to.Audrey Littman originally studied ballet and modern ballet, which led her to appreciate performance, and gradually develop a stronger interest for the fashion industry through this. Audrey became a designing assistant to Maria Bovin at Peak Performance, which is both an active wear and casual brand. This married her physical interest in fashion. She moved to London to pursue a more pure form of fashion, specialising in menswear. While studying both in Stockholm and London Audrey interned at Mode en Module, Burberry and Minimarket. She also written for the Russian fashion magazine “Fashion Week”, assisted stylist Bella Rune, designed costumes for choreographer Helena Franz’en and styled for Cage and Aviary (DFA records). All of which has helped influence her exploration into the different sides of fashion, but mostly menswear and now womenswear.


The inspiration for Audrey’s final collection “Brave New World” started off with looking at the difference between how we view ourselves and how we think others view us. Are the people we want to be, the characters that we really are? Historic English royal garments have been explored and referenced as an acute instance of identity and uniform in history. The project explores how we are supposed to wear the uniform and how we want to.

Audrey Littman originally studied ballet and modern ballet, which led her to appreciate performance, and gradually develop a stronger interest for the fashion industry through this. Audrey became a designing assistant to Maria Bovin at Peak Performance, which is both an active wear and casual brand. This married her physical interest in fashion. She moved to London to pursue a more pure form of fashion, specialising in menswear. While studying both in Stockholm and London Audrey interned at Mode en Module, Burberry and Minimarket. She also written for the Russian fashion magazine “Fashion Week”, assisted stylist Bella Rune, designed costumes for choreographer Helena Franz’en and styled for Cage and Aviary (DFA records). All of which has helped influence her exploration into the different sides of fashion, but mostly menswear and now womenswear.

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