ABOUT

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A fashion designer by trade, Christina DeSmet filters her fundamentally minimalistic aesthetic into all aspects of the design world to create a platform where fashion, art, interiors and design can co-exist. Launched in May 2008, DeSmitten spotlights modern visionaries, iconic editorials, DIY mishaps/miracles and Christina’s ever-evolving style. As a fashion industry veteran, Christina spends her days as a freelance fashion designer and stylist, brand consultant, and contributing writer for Racked NY.

Christina DeSmet resides in Brooklyn, New York with graphic artist boyfriend Dermot.

“I am always looking for new brands and bloggers to collaborate with, so don’t hesitate to contact me! Are you in the New York City area? Let’s get together for coffee (or my beverage of choice Chai Lattes). We can talk about new designers, art openings and exchange sample sale strategy.”    -Christina

christina@de-smitten.com

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4 thoughts on “ABOUT

  1. Christina,

    I don’t know how i haven’t discovered your blog for this long.

    Its very inspiring. Your curations are amazing !

    I would love to wear your designs. I only have very very good things to say as i read your blog.

    – Archana.

  2. Hi Christina,

    I accidentally stumbled upon your blog and I’m so glad I did. I just had little time to browse a couple of your DIY projects, but they’re amazing and I’m looking forward to read more! For now, I just want to say hi and hopefully we can connect and/or collaborate in the future :)

    Have a great weekend,
    Mira

  3. Oh my goodness, I am in high school and my dream is to be a fashion designer. I already have a feeling I will love this blog, it just screams my style. I have recently fallen in love with minimalism and I am still developing my personal style and aesthetic. I love to read about the lives of fashion designers because it is inspiring. Thank you!

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