Nienke Creemers
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Nienke Creemers

Designer/Writer/Cultural ResearcherLondon, United Kingdom
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Nienke Creemers

Designer/Writer/Cultural ResearcherLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Nienke Creemers is a researcher, designer and writer living in London, United Kingdom. Specialising in ethics within the fashion industry, Nienke focuses on future developments within a global design context. She is endlessly intrigued by the way society takes shape, alters its outlines and eventually morphs into a different construct. Change can become a powerful tool in a world where everything is and can be designed. At this time, Nienke writes about trends, sustainable development and upcoming brands for FARFETCH's Dutch Fashion Feed and takes part in the Design Futures Initiative's inquiry about design policy, where she is leading the research on designing policy for the fashion industry.
Projects
  • The Complete Leather Guide: Sustainability, Longevity and Care
    The Complete Leather Guide: Sustainability, Longevity and CareWe brand ourselves as leather daddies and skin fetishists since Rosalia’s release of Moto Mami, but which leather type is the best choice for a sustainable wardrobe? For FARFETCH Image by FARFETCH
  • Will Fashion Make You Happy? The Dopamine Dressing Guide
    Will Fashion Make You Happy? The Dopamine Dressing GuideValentino's AW22 show made us look at the world through rose-coloured glasses, while we fall head over heels for green time and time again, due to Bottega Veneta. You might be familiar with the concept of 'dopamine dressing' or have never heard of such. The trend that started on Instagram is being elevated on the best runways, more than enough reason to talk about it. Below we'll tell you how you can dress yourself into bliss, and give you some insight into our playful favourites for spring 2022
  • Demanding Clothes - Cultural Values in Fashion Production
    Demanding Clothes - Cultural Values in Fashion ProductionWe know what is happening in textile and clothing factories, working conditions are deplorable, and workers are often not paid a living wage. Documentaries such as China Blue (2005) and the Machinist (2010) were some of the first sources to show Western societies how our clothes are made. Why it is accepted that exploitation is a vital and even a necessary part of the fashion industry, is one of the main questions that started this inquiry. This research project explores the relation between the
  • Illustrations 2020
    Illustrations 2020Independent work, 2020
  • Unpicking Cotton
    Unpicking Cotton‘UNPICKING COTTON’ explores the complexity of the fashion industry and the abuse in the production of our clothing. It is a protest piece against the fashion industry and its rich history of abuse. I do this by linking up the history of cotton and how we view the fashion industry in current times. During my research, I discovered the amazing history of cotton. Slavery, colonization, war, pollution, genetically modifying seeds and child labour are all common subjects while talking about cotton a
  • Unpicking Cotton Show
    Unpicking Cotton ShowFashion Clash Festival 2018
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Work history
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    SEO Content WriterFarfetch
    London, United KingdomFreelance
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    Business Model and Transparency ResearcherMonad London
     - London, United KingdomFreelance
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Education
    London College of Fashion, UAL logo
    London College of Fashion, UAL logo
    Master of ArtsLondon College of Fashion, UAL
     - London, United Kingdom
    MA Fashion Futures - Master of Arts with distinction
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    Bachelor of Arts (BA) Academy of Fine Arts Maastricht
     - Maastricht, Netherlands
    Bachelor of Arts in Body Design with distinction
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