Zahra P Le Breton


Leonardo Bravo Exhibition Flyer
I‘m An Alien
Flow Website
Our Sense of Time is Distorted 
A Line is a Dot That Went for a Walk
Representation at the Cooper Hewitt
What Time Is It?
Weather Type Experiments
Apparis FW21 Essentials
Apparis FW21 Trend
Apparis FW21 Plant-Based Capsule
De Mafé Collection 2
Apparis SS21
Apparis SS20
Apparis Resort 20
Apparis x Diane Von Furstenberg
Apparis FW19

A British & Pakistani designer based in Los Angeles, experimenting with using graphic design as a tool to bridge across multi-disciplinary interests, whether it be fashion, music, sneakers, skateboarding, cultural, social & political issues. Growing up connected by two cultures, the designer has grown to embrace being in the middle, existing as a connection.



Flow Website


Graphic Designer

digital design & coding.
   How to Flow is an online and print publication guide on how to navigate the Otis College of Art and Design MFA Graphic Design program. It focuses on reconnecting students back to their individual drives as well as reason for being here in this specific program. In doing so, it also offers students ways to connect that excitement back into their assignments and experience–to reach a state of Flow*. After navigating through the website, students have access to a library of resources and links sourced from individual students, professors and visiting lecturers from Otis College of Art & Design, gathered in one place.

*Flow, coined by psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, is “the way people describe their state of mind when consciousness is harmoniously ordered, and they want to pursue whatever they are doing for its own sake.”


Zahra P Le Breton


Emma Godfrey

Digital Design

Gvokxyiel Aucifvr Vaus
Mei-Ling Mirow
Zahra P Le Breton

Print Design & Contributors

Emma Godfrey
Julie Hyunh
Lu Urzagaste
Xiao Xu
Yuqi Zeng
Yuyang Han

Link to website can be provided upon request.