He says, "It's about taking a step back, and asking myself 'What is important to me right now?'." He came to the answer by changing his post-pandemic self-image through clothing.
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Devin Daly Huerta was back working in the spring of this year, working creating his vision-board collage. The United States was still ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic. But news of the vaccine was spreading slowly and Devin Daly-Huerta was feeling positive about his future in spring. The vision board he had created contained his goals for the future and a list of places he would like to travel to and well-being habits that he planned to implement throughout the year.
"For me it was about taking a look back and asking "What's the most important for me now?" he said. It was a matter of re-create his post-pandemic self through clothes.
The 35-year-old is among those who look to fashion to understand the impact of the past 15 months. The coronavirus outbreak shook the lives, relationships, and jobs of many. There is no amount of therapy that would enable us to make perfect sense of all the loss and pain we've experienced however, in the meantime, our clothing gives us a tangible way to express ourselves and mark the enormous sense of change we're all experiencing.