Cabbage, avocado peels, tumeric - these are the types of materials that Nathalia JMag uses to create custom clothes. Organic fabric and natural dyes are essential to her eco-friendly approach to fashion design. This summer she's an artist-in-residence at the Urbano Project in Jamaica Plain.
BOSTON, Massachusetts / May 16, 2019 Urbano Project welcomes Artist-in-Residence Nathalia JMag , a Colombian-American contemporary fashion designer who believes in sustainable and ethical approaches to apparel. Her work centers the intersection of design and eco-sustainability alongside an internal reimagining of the factory-labor driven fashion industry.
An visual art installation opening this week at the Urbano Project called Immigration Nation consists of more than 400 suitcases made by immigrants who came to the US. The art installation by Dorchester artist Nora Valdez will be on view at the Urbano Project (29 Germania St.) from May 24