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Christian Wijnants is an Antwerp-based fashion designer. Born in Brussels, Christian moved to Antwerp in 1996 to study fashion design at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. His graduate collection won the Dries Van Noten Award for best collection in 2000. After graduation, Christian presented his collection at the prestigious Festival d’HyeÌ€res, where it was awarded the Grand Prix and picked up by stores including Colette (Paris), Pineal Eye (London), and Via Bus Stop (Tokyo). After working with Van Noten in Antwerp and Angelo Tarlazzi in Paris, Christian launched his eponymous label in 2003.

Christian Wijnants presents his collections in Paris during Paris Fashion Week and is sold at boutiques and department stores worldwide including Barneys, Harvey Nichols and Opening Ceremony. Rich, layered graphics and fresh colors translated into eloquent knitwear offer a play of authenticity and luxury that has won him the 2013 International Woolmark Prize, the 2006 ANDAM Award, and the 2005 Swiss Textiles Award. Wijnants opened his first flagship store in Antwerp in September 2015.


PARIS, October 1st 2018 | CHRISTIAN WIJNANTS Christian Wijnants presents SS19 collection during Paris Fashion Week

On Friday the 28th of September, Belgian designer Christian Wijnants showcased his Spring/Summer 2018 collection at Palais Brongniart, during Paris Fashion Week.

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Designer Christian Wijnants showcased his latest collection in Palais Brongniart, Paris. The rich culture of Persia, past and present, continues to hold sway over Christian Wijnants’ imagination for Spring/Summer 2018, evident in his choice to include intricate patterns and a wide range of colours.


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PARIS, September 30th 2016 | CHRISTIAN WIJNANTS Christian Wijnants presents SS17 collection

Christian Wijnants showed his Spring-Summer 2017 collection in Galerie de Minéralogie,  during Paris Fashion Week. Chritian was inspired by aerodynamics and the work of artist Christo, who uses lightweight, floating sails to wrap buildings and create surfaces around islands.

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