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Camila Castillo Neumayer was born in New York City to gallerist and art curator parents which instilled in her the love for the arts at an early age, thus the intricate and sculptural feel of her work. Pursued a career in fashion after studying graphic design. Her work has been featured in numerous international publications such as Vogue, Elle, etc. and she has showcased her work in such prestigious fashion events as Los Angeles Fashion Week, CONCEPT LA, Australia Eco fashion week and Van Fashion Week. Her intricate pieces have been showcased as well in gallery shows around the globe such as Red Vatican, London in and now in Contemporary Costumes for the 21st century, The next generation, Moscow, Russia. She lives and works in the United States of America.
"The inspiration behind everything I make are the women that are going to wear it, but my creative process starts with the material, whatever material it may be. I play around with it, see how it behaves and then the idea for an outfit will come up."
What cause is particularly important to you?
I think Justice encompasses all of the rights I feel so strongly about. Human rights, civil rights, animal rights. I think at this time simple dignity and respect for life is getting harder and harder to find. Justice definitely is pivotal for me.
What is your favorite part of the day?
What is the biggest learning experience you have ever had?
What is the biggest compliment you have ever received?
That I never give up.
What would you say is making you feel positive these days?