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My Background

Kristin Magdalene started sewing and knitting as a form of stress relief from her busy job as a television producer in NYC. Almost immediately she began re-imagining and designing her own creations, and her design work has been featured in magazines and videos around the world, as well as on websites such as Buzzfeed, Curious, and Craftsy. She specializes in exclusive, custom designs, with each garment crafted to feel as if you are stepping out wrapped in luxury.

Because creativity was her gateway into a happier, more sustainable life after being diagnosed with a debilitating chronic illness, Kristin Magdalene writes and speaks about creating a conscious lifestyle through self-care and mindfulness. Her writing focuses on loving and appreciating your body, mind, and soul, as all healing begins within, and her work has been featured in the Huffington Post, Free From Perfect, and Irreversibly Moi.

My Mission

The primary purpose of an artist is to take her materials, in the case of fashion design, fabric or yarn and needles, and create something that invokes a reaction.  In every area of her life, Kristin Magdalene seeks to create awe, beauty, and inspiration within the beholder.

Kristin Magdalene always wants the wearer to feel bold, powerful, and ready to make an impression on the world.

Kristin Magdalene also offers essays on loving your body, getting intuitive and creative, especially through clothing, and rewiring the brain for a happier life that leaves the reader in a more confident, loving, and inspired state.  

In both her designs and her writings, Kristin Magdalene considers her greatest production to be combining her vision with the inner beauty and unique personalities of the individuals who purchase her work, as nothing she creates exists on its own.


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