'I am happy with the way I designed the clothes at the time', she told The Independent, 'but I have combined the experimental attitude of youth with my experience now to improve the designs very slightly. Only I would notice the difference.'
And the collection looks and feels as relevant now as the pieces did over the last 10-years. 'Perhaps that is the best indication that one might be a good designer, to make clothes that are timeless but not boring', says Sophia.
Her architectural aesthetic is anything but boring and has won her accolades since her first collection showed at London Fashion week in 1999.
Despite having her main collection (pictured) to prepare for Paris Fashion Week (she moved from the London schedule in 2005) as well as fulfilling her duties at Diesel where she is Creative Director of Diesel Black Gold, Sophia's has worked hard to rework the the 10 looks that most capture her influences over the last decade - architecture (both her brother and sister are architects), her Greek heritage and her love of drapery and craftmanship.
The archive pieces are on sale at Harrods, Matches and London's Dover Street Market.More