Cecilie Elisabeth Rudolph is a Danish textile, material and conceptual designer, as well as a researcher. She graduated with honors in 2014 from BA Textile Design with a specialism in print, at Central Saint Martins in London. Here she also lives and works today. She is a highly passionate designer with a new and extensive style towards design, with inspiration taken from everywhere and everything. Her experimental approach to materials often consists of fabric manipulations and innovative finishing techniques. Always searching for a fresh perspective, she has a strong eye for detail, styling, colors and trend forecasting that extends beyond the fabric itself. Cecilie has exhibited at The New Designers Show 2014– Part 1 as well as the critical acclaimed “Restless Futures” exhibition at London Design Festival in September 2014. Cecilie has got a lot of publicity for her work and has been featured on online platforms, international newspaper and magazines. Further more she is the 2013 recipient of the Central Saint Martins Joyce Clissold Scholarship for Printed Textile Design, and the prizewinner of The Masters of Linen/ CELC competition 2014. Cecilie has recently worked as a Trend Researcher and Consultant on a research project for Chef Works.
Consumer behavior and micro/macro trend research for Chef Works. Analysis of trends and how this could impact their branding, marketing and visual identity as well as product development clarified with potential action points.
BA Textile Design students have collaborated with the European Linen and Hemp Confederation to produce weave and print work for home interiors and fashion. As the winner I was rewarded with a two-day visit to France and Belgium to visit the flax fields and the spinning and weaving mills, as well as a money prize.
Winner of the Joyce Clissold Scholarship for Printed Textile Design.