Jennifer Voth


As an artist, designer, innovator, and inventor Jen has most recently worked as a technical design and quality assurance intern at Christopher and Banks. Jen’s designs have earned several recognitions, the most memorable being her 1st place designs Scrubbed into Fashion, 1st place IFAI Student Design Challenge Award and CDes Student Design and Excellence Award for her collaborative NASA boot design, and the Pattern Works International Award for best solution to a patternmaking problem for her Canis Lupus Tunic.


This line of laidback womens skateboard apparel utilizes the overlapping depth created by slabs of metal armor combined with stripe accents found on old school team sport jerseys. Fabrics common to the public create a familiar experience within her funky aesthetic while also allowing ease of movement for the female skater. Raw edges border surface design, high contrast color combinations motivate curiosity, and she inspires her audience to be vigilant.