Ravina Kazim’s collections have a unique aspect in which her work is presented and how it tackles political and social viewpoints as well as perspectives.

She has recently graduated from BA Fashion at University for the Creative Arts. With having one main focus point: ‘She wants to live in a world where women have 100% control of what they wear and how they present themselves. Therefore, not to be judged by what they wear but respected through their knowledge and expertise as well as any contribution towards the society and in the fashion industry’.

Upon looking at her portfolio, a sense of curiosity and wonder is established within the viewers perception as it takes a dive into religious ideas of how women are presented in less developed countries such as Afghanistan being the main focus point.