Lydia worked for YSL & Givenchy, becoming creative director at Paco Rabanne in 2012. That's when she first saw that fashion urgently needs to become more inclusive of diversity. After sixteen years in Paris, she moved to Berlin to launch Phylyda, a sustainable swimwear brand for all sizes. Aiming for sustainability, she started developing Nana in 2019. Nana melds data, tech & fashion to offer a mass customisable product in a highly waste-reducing way. Nana’s first products will launch in 2022.