Dubbed “one to watch” in 2008 by BBC Arts, Christina’s work has since been featured in Forbes, Vogue, Bride’s, People, and the Guardian, amongst many others. The Financial Times recently hailed her work as “dazzling,” Time Out calls it “genius,” and the Telegraph finds it “hard not to fall in love with.”
A theatre producer, costumier, and former international performer in her own right, Christina draws inspiration as much from her time as a showgirl as from the couture runways of Paris; as much from the underground cabarets of Berlin as from the world of fine art. She has designed costumes and entertainment for European Royalty as well as some of the world’s wealthiest and most eccentric moguls, all with her signature style which conveys both her passion for storytelling and her meticulous eye for detail.
Formerly the Creative Director and Director of Immersive Entertainment for Élan Artists, Christina left in early 2020 to start Black Rabbit Projects with long-time friend Chris Miller. Miller is the ex commercial director of Soho House Group and founder of White Rabbit Fund, providing capital and support to early hospitality entrepreneurs.
Christina is based in London, and works worldwide.