Judith is a sustainable fashion designer who creates her own world within her concepts. Each collection or item contains a story, from a little personal story to social and environmental issues: her fashion is much more than just clothes. To empower her stories, she is always looking for the right materials. That's why Judith finds it challenging to combine conventional clothes with unconventional materials and shapes, resulting in collections that can be both clothes and art.
Judith's work has been showed at Amsterdam Fashion Week, the Dutch Sustainable Fashion Week, Cologne Fashion Days, Salone del Mobile (Milan) Identity Dress (Ljubljana) and many more.
Check out the inspiring world of Judiths' fashion by watching her collections and illustrations. Please feel free to contact if you would like to rent garments, ask for options for a custom made design or have any other questions.
In the coming months I will be less accessible and online due to my maternity leave. I am due on April 7, we are very much looking forward to meeting our girl!
Photo by Monica Stuurop
On October 7, Judith, in collaboration with Love&Linger, presented her latest sustainable collection Plan(e)t Proof during the dutch sustainable fashion week. A presentation in the form of a show, living exhibition and 'regular' exhibition.
The collection draws attention to the dyeing process of clothing in fast fashion. Many chemicals are used for this, which are harmful to humans, animals and nature. Rivers are poisoned and entire ecosystems disappear, but the people who live along these rivers can no longer use them for their daily existence Judith looked at alternatives and wanted to experiment with natural paints, which do not involve any chemical product. This dyeing is already possible with hot water and kitchen waste, such as onion peels (red-brown or yellow) or avocado pits (pink).
The fabrics she used for this are organic fabrics with old discarded jeans, to create a nice contrast. The collection shows that natural dyeing gives beautiful results, which are certainly not dull and can be applied up to the highest segment of fashion.
Check here to see the whole collection
Photo by Monica Stuurop
Judith is currently working on a new high fashion collection: Plan(e)t Proof. She is dyeing her sustainable fabrics with her own made natural dyes, a very amazing proces!
On the 7th of October Judith will show this collection during the Dutch Sustainable Fashion Week. You can sponsor her by buying a natural dyed basic. In her shop you can find some examples .
Can't find what you have in mind? You can have it custom made! Your perfect dress, jacket, top or any other piece with the perfect fit. Judith designs in order to your wishes your new favourite (sustainable) item!
I'll take a look at your wishes for design, function, colours and materials. Next step is to make several design sketches, looking for the right materials/colours and make a tailored sample.
Feel free to contact Judith if you would like to know more.
A few examples for private customers below!
Would you like to learn to sew yourself? That is also possible with Judith! She gives 1 on 1 sewing lessons, where you get started with your own project. Judith guides you through this, and because these are private lessons, all attention is focused on you, for 2 hours. This results in faster learning and making! You can book a single lesson if you get stuck at a certain point or multiple lessons if you want guidance for your entire project.
Your level does not matter, Judith guides both beginners and advanced.
Send an email if you would like to know more.
Honoured to have two covers for l'essence magazine in 2019! One with infulencer Amanda Rijff a beautiful, stylish and power lady, who was wearing the Red Hemp top of the Van Hollandse Bodem
Olcay Gulsen wears the iconic Western Uniformity jacket at the other cover. Thanks to the amazing photographer Marco ter Beek, who asked me to do the styling for those two ladies.
Especially for the 'Ku(n)st route Noordwijk 2019, Judith designed 3 outfits, inspired by the song Babylon by Thomas Azier. Made of recylcled and rest materials. Shoes are specially designed & made by Amber Ambrose Aurèle . Photo's by Monica Stuurop
See more here
A special dress for a special person! I was so delighted when my sister asked me to design & make her wedding dress! After ours of research for the best wedding dress fabrics, designing a perfect fit and making the final dress, this is the result! Are you also looking for the perfect handmade dress? Please feel free to contact me!
Photo's by Mirjam Cramer
A selected number of pieces of the latest collection 'Van Hollandse Bodem' is now for sale! Items of Dutch wool and recycled denim, all hand made in Judith's own studio. Clothes of high quality, timeless designs.
You can buy them here at the webshop, or some in The Hague at BijPriester. More information? Send an email!
Photo's by Monica Stuurop
A short film, directed by Judith van Vliet and shoe designer Amber Ambrose Aurèle, about the concept and inspiration of their first collaboration collection Van Hollandse Bodem.
Watch the beautiful landscapes of The Netherlands, great Dutch art and the hand craft by Amber & Judith.
Camera: Loladina Zwaanswijk
Drone Pilot: Hessel Waalewijn
Music: Tim Coenen
Voice-over: Sandra Botman
click here to watch the film!
At the 22nd of June 2018 JUDITHvanvliet and Amber Ambrose Aurèle presented their first collaboration collection 'Van Hollandse Bodem' during M-ODE, at the Westergasfabriek. A spectaculair show with a beautiful 'Mondriaan' decor. At the end the models all took place at the blocks and the fashion show became a museum, where the audience could walk around the models and took a closer look.
Check the video of the show here
Hair: Tommy'z Toko, leading hairstylist: Floor Kleyne
Make up: House of Orange, leading make up artist: Carlos Saidel
Set design: Willemijn Bos
Photo's: Team Peter Stigter
We have fantastic news to share: Judith van Vliet and shoe designer Amber Ambrose Aurele have started a collaboration! Recently they joined forces for a brand new concept, which is called 'Van Hollandse Bodem'. As the name already gives away, it's about The Netherlands. A sustainable collection that is designed and made in The Netherlands, mainly from Dutch sustainable resources and produced with as much as possible from this country. The inspiration of the collection is our beautiful country. We would like to introduce our first design. The inspiration comes from the ever turbulent North Sea and is as well inspired by the masterpieces of Mondriaan. Dutch painter Mondriaan was one of the artists who was part of the Dutch Art Movement 'De Stijl', which exists already for 100 years in 2017.
Photography: Melissa Houben
Set-design: Willemijn Bos
Art-direction: Willemijn Bos & Melissa Houben
Video by Aron Gooris: The making off and concept of the Raw Materials collection