About Christine Wolf
The name CHRISTINE WOLF is synonymous with extravagance and stylish design - fashion in its purist form! Her collection features forms and structures adapted from art, architecture and nature, combined with inspiration taken from the works of Russian artist Naum Gabo. The design principles originally founded at the famous Bauhaus School are also sources of inspiration for her graphic and sculptured creations. Soft, luxurious fabrics such as silk, linen and the highest quality cottons, characterised by their subtle, elegant colours and sophisticated manufacturing processes are also essential elements of her style.
All garments manufactured by Christine Wolf are made in Germany and consist primarily of natural materials.
Before setting up her own label, Christine Wolf studied Fashion Design at the International Fashion School (ESMOD) in Berlin. While undertaking her studies she participated in various projects and competitions, during which she won a number of awards, including second place for her costume design for the show ‘Rhythmus Berlin’ (Rhythm of Berlin) showcased at the Friederichstadt-Palast - the Broadway of Berlin.
In 2008, following her degree, Christine Wolf, under the auspices of the Goethe-Institut, developed her first individual collection in collaboration with a leading Chinese fashion outlet in Shenzhen, China. Further projects have also seen her travel to Uganda and Zimbabwe to work with local designers and facilitate workshops in fashion design. In 2009 Christine Wolf, utilising the Bauhaus design, won first prize as part of the Italian fashion contest ‘Play Trend’ and in 2012 won second prize at the Russian Bezgraniz Couture Awards, which asked contests to design “fashion for people with disabilities”.