Sepideh Tavakoli is a woman's wear fashion designer. She got her Bachelor's degree in sports engineering from IAUSR and continued her education to receive an MFA in fashion design from the Academy of Art University.
Sepideh worked in a few studios, gained skills like pattern making, sampling, and trend forecasting. Also, being part of professional teams made her experience teamwork, leadership, working in a fast-paced environment.
When she moved to the US, she used her previous work experience to secure a part-time position at Bloomingdale as a stylist while continuing her education. Due to her work ethic and perseverance, she became a supervisor at Zadig and Voltaire, so she is familiar with merchandising and customer expectations and the value of fitting in each brand.
During her Master’s Degree, she became proficient in technical design and CLO3D software. As a result, she decided to dedicate her thesis collection to translate patterns that she created in Clo3d software to physical garments. This process gained her an in-depth understanding of the practicality of the 3d software and its relation to reality.