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 have any questions. 




support the new collection

Judith van Vliet and shoe designer Amber Ambrose Aurele recently they joined forces for their upcoming collection Van Hollandse Bodem and would really love you to support them! 


The collection will be showed at M-ODE, at the 22nd of June 2018, in Amsterdam. 


They could use extra support for the funding of their collection, like for the sustainable, local materials (like fish leather, wool and linen). But also for the production of the show, so they can share their vision with the audience, inspire them for a better, sustainable future!



click here to support them

announcement! new collaboration

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. 


More will follow in summer 2018!


Photography: Melissa Houben

Set-design: Willemijn Bos

Art-direction: Willemijn Bos & Melissa Houben 

video: the making of / concept Raw Materials

Video by Aron Gooris: The making off and concept of the Raw Materials collection

television: the story behind the 'tampon' dress at Koffietijd