From childhood I was very fond of dressing up, dressing up for a Barbie doll with a toy sewing machine I had gifted from my father at age 6. I learned this from my grandmother who was a sewing master. Although I didn’t like dolls, I enjoyed sewing them. My mother’s passion for the subject encouraged me in this regard.
When I was 8 years old, I used to imagine a girl with a girl named Hanna, the first cartoon character on the farm, a girl. I learned from her how to embroidery. Without any training, I embraced embroidery with the help of an embroidery picture book. My interest in learning to do embroidery numbers and other needles also helped my mother. My talent in the field attracted my mother’s attention, and this was a forerunner to professionally embroidering my mother’s haute couture from the age of 14, which was a good source of income at that age.
From the age of 10 in a painting studio, I taught watercolor techniques and continued until I was 15 years old.
At the age of 16, I was accepted to the Kemal Almak Conservatory, where Forough Farrokhzad and Sohrab Sepehri had studied before the revolution, and I began my studies in graphic design.
At the age of 20, I entered the University of the Arts and pursued a degree in graphic design that preceded my start in fashion and clothing design.
After finishing my undergraduate studies at the university, I began designing courses at the Iranian Clothing Designers Association, taught by Mr. Hakopian and Method Muller.
I went through pattern, mural and drawing courses, and because I always paid much attention to the technique of sewing outer garments, I found a strong imagination in sewing techniques and started sewing without the need for training in sewing design.
I bought some industrial sewing machines, set up a small workshop in one of the rooms in the house, and that was my start.
In the first few years, I was sewing my own clothes, and I had 0 to 100 collection collections.
In the summer of 2013, I made a dress, threw it in my backpack and went to a store called Amazon, was welcomed to work and worked there. Each season there was a festival in which Iranian costumes were exhibited and about 50 designers participated.
After 3 years, I started soloing and exhibiting clothes in different periods.
After that I opened a personal gallery and went on.
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