An indonesian creative pattern maker who is inspired by and has a background in fine arts. Her works experimented and pushes the boundaries of creative fashion cutting theories, mixing basic tailoring methods with drapery and geometric cuts.
Gabriella Chika designs are meant to let the audience get a glimpse of the world in her head and show them how a contemporary illustrator view fashion concepts and interpreting it to suit a language that could offer different perspective that moves away from the norms.
The design experiments on breaking the norms of the zero waste garment making concept. It plays with deconstruction and reconstruction through gathering geometric simple stained glass cutting method and letting it play around and morph into the ever so organic shapes of the female body, creating unique fits to different people.