Henrica Langh is a clothing designer and artist inspired by anatomy, the fragile chaos of the psyche, and our delicate existence in this world. Ephemerality and the analogue are recurring themes in her creative practice. She works across different subject areas, incorporating textiles, photography, and poetry into her work. One of her main interests lies in exploring dress as a second skin and an emotional extension of the self.
She graduated with a distinction in Applied Imagination at Central Saint Martins in 2018. Her final project, Magical Fragments, explored the affective and mnemonic properties of clothing and how garments become entangled with our personal narratives. She is currently continuing to explore this topic as a research student at the University for the Creative Arts.
Her ready-to-wear pieces are born from a combined love of design and art, and a desire to create statement pieces with a heart. Quality, conscious material sourcing, and small-scale production lie at the heart of the ready-to-wear collections and each item is consciously designed down to the smallest details such as buttons and thread.
When we wear our clothes they become entangled with our individual narratives.