Madelyn Savitch defies convention with a forceful, subversive design perspective. Her creative and ethical consciousness push boundaries through sustainability, size-inclusivity, and traditional notions of gender. She believes fashion is a powerful vehicle of expression—a medium to freely reflect the self while encouraging confidence.
In the process of metamorphosis, Lilith is the butterfly, the final form. It is the outcome of an evolution, an amalgam of the past, present, and future wherein constraints and expectations are shed in an act of defiance.
Lilith abandons binary thinking by merging Victorian references with a rock and roll aesthetic and reimagining traditional gender roles. Corseted bodices and hoop skirt–inspired silhouettes shift traditional concepts of restriction, reclaiming them for freedom. Juxtaposing construction details and materials challenge the norm through a synergetic dissonance such as upcycled, laser cut leather with consciously sourced vintage lace. Enhancing the changes that come from physical and mental transformation, intentional silhouettes and adjustability make the wearer feel not only good, but also confident in their own skin.
Lilith offers the feeling of immense power that comes with actively challenging the norm, being conscious of your surroundings, and resisting traditional ways of expressing the self.