Since the age of 20, Jean-Charles de Castelbajac has designed original clothing that encourages an aesthetic way of life. Colorful and fun; his designs reflect a passion for art and nature.
He defies fashion standards with sportswear that does not forget a spirit of elegance: hijacking materials such as blankets, floor cloths, and ace bandages combined with basic colors or pursuing co-operative endeavours with artists to design his famed Painting-Dresses.
The designer also makes home furnishings, reviving traditional furnishings (such as the Chesterfield sofa and the Medaillon style chair) with the colors. A line of carpets, light fittings, porcelain and household linen also reflect the Castelbajac style.
As well as his imaginative clothing collections the designer creates home furnishings and has designed a watch inspired by the childhood favorite, Lego.
He has designed for:
-Sarah Jessica Parker
-All the clothing for the Mass that Pope Jean Paul II and 5,500 clerics held on the occasion of World Youth Meeting in Paris 1997.