Immersed in a world of work-room treasures from a very young age, by the time she was 13 Natasha enrolled herself into TAFE to study pattern making.
Her weekends were spent rummaging through fabrics and trims, dreaming up her own creations among her mother's work as a dressmaker.
Selected to study fashion design at East Sydney Technical College, she formalised her skills before moving to London in search of inspiration and experience in one of the world's top fashion destinations.
Work for several boutiques led to positions designing for fashion power-houses H&M and TOPSHOP before she launched her own self-titled label in 2003.
Now married with 2 children, Natasha is designing on her own terms and living the dream she imagined all those years ago in her childhood textiles workshop.