Roza Kamitova set out to create her own line of clothing. Sensing that other women had also grown tired of the assembly line, “cookie cutter” designs that were rampant in corporate fashion, she began to comb thrift stores looking for vintage and oversized men’s t-shirts that she could reconstruct into fitted women’s tops. After finding the right garments, she’d hand paint them so that they were truly “one of a kind” works of wearable art. Her vision was to design unique pieces that were not only sexy and stylish, but also comfortable and functional.