When she finished high-school, she decided to pursue a career in the world of fashion and she started with a course in Industrial Pattern Design in Valladolid. Subsequently, she moved to Madrid to study Fashion Design at a fashion school.


In 2003, Christina presented « Rêve », her first collection, in a contest for the young designers of Castilla y León.

From that moment on, she designed small collections to follow her artistic path, making tailor-made fashion headwear for clients and sketching fashion illustrations, her great passion.


Christina participated in a number of projects in Madrid as a stylist and collaborated on many photoshoots for fashion publications.


In 2009, she started to develop a more artistic side and executed creations in painting and sculpture, mixing different techniques. She showcased her art in a number of events and exhibitions alongside various artists of the Spanish capital.


In 2012, she started a project with the famous Spanish designer María Escoté with whom she worked on two of her most important collections presented at the Madrid Fashion Week: Poisson and Private Dancer. Thanks to her, Christina had the opportunity to work closely with great Spanish stylists, photographers, make-up artists and actors and which gave her a business acumen in Fashion.


In 2013, however, and to follow her dreams, Christina moved to Paris where she took a Master in Advanced Pattern Design and Fashion Design at the Chambre Syndicale School of Fashion. That is where she completed a few creative projects and participated in national fashion contests for Kobe (Japanese), Carapaces (part of Les Enfants Terribles, Paris), Sixième Étage (H&M design award) and Let Me Shine (Hyères contest).


In 2014, she worked with the wedding dress designer, Christophe-Alexandre Docquin, from whom she learnt the French-touch techniques.

Later, she started working for the most prestigious fashion houses´ dressmaking workshops such as Chanel, Givenchy, Louis Vuitton, Saint-Laurent, etc. She participated in the completion of the most exquisite haute couture pieces, which enabled her to polish her sewing, textile design and garment construction techniques


In 2016, working with Saint-Laurent by Heidi Slimane, one of Christina´s dreams became reality. She got to travel to Los Angeles for one of the greatest fashion events in the world, one of the most important fashion shows of “Saint-Laurent at the Hollywood Palladium”, a unique experience which would pave the way to the launch of her own brand, Christina Prieth. Her concept is timeless dresses for women who describe themselves as “fun, feminine, positive, self-confident and who know what they want”.


Currently, Christina juggles the set-up of her brand, Christina Prieth, her collaborations with prestigious Paris fashion houses and Art as a way of life and a form of expression.