IMINJUNJU by Christa van der Meer | ITSLIQUID

IMINJUNJU by Christa van der Meer

Fashion | September 1, 2014 |

IMINJUNJUImage courtesy of Lisandro Suriel

IMINJUNJU by Christa van der Meer

Christa van der Meer is a Dutch fashion designer educated at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague. After doing an internship at Henrik Vibskov in Copenhagen and studying at the Swedish School of Textiles, she is now working on projects to connect her portrait drawings to her fashion designs. Her project balance in-between art and fashion and invite to the new experience of clothing through variety of patterns and colours.

IMINJUNJUImage courtesy of Lisandro Suriel

IMINJUNJU is Christa van der Meer’s graduation project (2013). While working on IMINJUNJU, her main focus was to define the relationship between her 2D and fashion design work.

IMINJUNJU

She used the outcome of this research to create a fashion collection, approaching the silhouettes as if they were portraits, while the materials were used to frame the faces.

more. www.christavandermeer.com

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