Progressing from media politics to various symbols of power, Sheryn began to look into the psychology of military clothing. Exploring its functionality and history as well as looking at how it is made, she began to wonder why people were drawn to wearing something that stood as an obtrusive sign of power. If anyone puts on a piece of military clothing, the power that comes with the uniform is obvious. Sheryn thought about how she could portray a sense of intrinsic power through the subversion of blatant symbolism. From research to production, the entire process played out as a narrative in her mind. Women were running around looking like a mess, rushing out of bed, and trying their best to be a “lady.” She found that people felt comfortable and confident when they wore pieces from her collection, which in itself was a powerful statement.