Elena Debrauske is a womenswear designer based in New York City. Her background in sewing with her grandma during her weekly quilting circles inspired her to pursue a career in which she could be creative. Her work is very personal, exploring things that are very close to her and comparing them to otherworldly objects. Her most recent work is inspired by the time she spent quilting with her grandmother, focusing on the textures and comparing them to the moon's surface. This led her to quilt using the moon craters as a map. She loves to create her own textiles, often using a monochromatic color story to emphasize texture. Debrauske is a recent graduate in Fashion Design at Parsons School of Design. During her time at Parsons she interned and worked at Danielle Frankel and Fleur Du Mal.