"ANY progress is still progress, but don't waste time because time is the one thing you'll never get back."
Since graduating and working the customary "this isn't my career field," jobs, she gained knowledge of traditional bridal alterations working with David's Bridal. This, coupled with the immense knowledge gained from her years at S.C.A.D. fueled her ambition to start her own business where she'd be able to fuse her creativity with solving fit and design problems of her everyday client while also appealing to her avant garde aesthetic and love of accessories.
At her core, LaTricia is still defining what her endgame will look like, but in the meantime, she's enjoying the journey of designing and giving the world her perspective on couture and bespoke garment construction.
As a student of the ever-changing world of Fashion, LaTricia has taken steps to ensure the meek, quirky and unique don't go unnoticed.
Raised as the second eldest child in a mixed family of six, LaTricia was a timid young girl who from the start wanted to shoot for the stars. Born in Mobile, Al. LaTricia was raised primarily in Newport News, Va. to later land In Savannah.
Here, she attended Savannah College of Art and Design and completed her BFA in Fashion with a minor in Accessory Design. During her tenure at S.C.A.D. she interned at Conde Nast Publications specifically with W Magazine in New York, Ny. While here, she met Derek Roche and went on to assist him with the personal Styling of P. Diddy as well as assisting during the development of the Sean John's 10 year anniversary Collection, and the filming of Diddy's If I Were King Documentary ( you can spot her in various shots of the footage).