Zoe Schlacter is an interdisciplinary artist and designer living and working in Brooklyn, New York.
Schlacter’s work and personal style has been featured in Teen Vogue, BUST Magazine, Vogue Spain, Vogue Taiwan, and Metropolis Mag.
From 2009 to 2015, Schlacter wrote the personal style blog “Girl with the Flower." Their experience as a personal style blogger informs their work with much of it focusing on concepts of personal style and identity. Schlacter’s blog can be viewed at www.girlwiththeflower.blogspot.com.
From 2013 to 2016, Schlacter designed for the Hong Kong-based accessories brand Candies x Girl with the Flower and created three collections of jewelry, handbags, and phone cases for sale throughout Asia.
In 2016, Schlacter received grant funding for an apparel-based, collaborative research project entitled “TELEXST: Wearables for the Cyborgian other”, which explores the aesthetic possibilities of a femme future.
Schlacter’s most recent work is performative and installation-based. Through writing, textile making, and performances of personal style, Schlacter’s work creates a queer intersection of textiles, gender, and intimacy.
Schlacter received a BFA in Textiles from the Rhode Island School of Design in June 2017 and is currently pursuing a fine arts practice and interning at Todd Oldham Studio