WAWA by Pinky Bone

My latest body of work was an experimental fashion line/experience called WAWA, that dealt loosely with the negative and positive aspects of women's sexuality. By tapping into my childhood views of women, I created eight distinct characters, and designed the space in which they existed. Each look was an embodiment of the many forms that I believed a woman could take on in adulthood: the sporty, the sexy, the playful, the outrageous, etc. Through use of many materials like sheer fabric, sequins, and an array of fibers, WAWA became a bold, charming, innocent, and colorful statement of femininity.


Photos by Jeremy Cain, fashion and photo-editing by Carly Carlock.

Photos by Derek Blanks, fashion and photo-editing by Carly Carlock.