I’ve also developed a series of woven fabrics with Oakland-based artist flatspot_. His work explores the possibilities of light sculpture through various video formats. He uses analog camcorders, projectors, and TVs to create feedback loops, which appear on the screen or projection surface as a visual representation of the very moment and space in which they were created. The results are beautiful. I’m very excited to explore this tension between man and machine in my new collection You describe LSP as an ethical movement? What does that mean, and is it also political? I think it’s very important that as a young person I take a stand for my beliefs and this always reflects in what I do. We always pay fair wages to all artisans who work on our collections. There’s a genuine exchange of knowledge between us and them. We are aware of our responsibility as inhabitants of the planet, and are very conscious of waste and unsustainable production practices. All our production is done on the continent.