about deinki

 

As I child, I grew up among Pantone catalogues and fabric swatches, which were brought home by my dad. He works in the textile industry since I can recall, in the printing department. I loved visiting him at work and walking through those giants buckets with thousands of colors while covering my ears from the noise of the printing machines.

 

Meanwhile, my mom was always creating something: our clothes, decorations for our bedrooms. I loved to play with the paint she used to stamp flowers into cushions or dress my dolls with the little clothes she has sewn for them. So, it was no surprise, I guess, that I too ended up loving colors, patterns, sewing, DESIGNING, creating something to bring joy to others.

 

In my teen years, I would ask my friends for their old jeans, which I would transform into denim skirts with a matching clutch, even edited a fashion magazine for girls! I also loved speaking the extra languages that I was learning at school and dreamt of working with people from all around the globe: the idea of making a career in fashion was taking form and becoming more of a plan each day.

 

I started my Fashion Design degree at the University of Buenos Aires and finished it with an exchange program at the University of Applied Science in Berlin, after emigrating from Argentina to Germany. Shortly after that, I began working at a Design Agency in Hamburg, where I was able to engage with many different niches and clients and their particular needs.  

 

Some years later, I decided to start this new challenge on my own and support others with my skills, my knowledge and... my passion for fashion!  DEINKI was born as a space of creative expression that includes the freelance fashion design for companies and the creation of patterns and prints for different industries such as fashion, textiles, home interiors, stationery, packaging, etc. 

 

Located in the outskirts of Hamburg, Germany, I am inspired by the nature and the amazing Sachsenwald forests that surrounds me, travel and multiculturalism. For me, it's important to have fun at work and not to dread Mondays! That's why I'm so grateful that I can work with very diverse clients and in diverse projects: there are always new challenges, new ways to learn, new ways to express my creativity and of course, new and very interesting people!

 

Are you one of them? Then...

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