Adventurous, quirky and strong-willed. Cristina Sabaiduc has always been driven to explore the unknown, looking for unfamiliar objects, places and experiences. Romanian-born and an avid traveler, her design aesthetic marries textile traditions and techniques from around the globe.
Experimentation with unconventional materials pushes boundaries and offers the fashion world a fresh perspective. Sabaiduc graduated from Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada with a Bachelors of Design in Fashion Design. Her efforts had been recognized with the Lancôme Scholarship of Excellence in Women's Luxury Design and the Le Château Inc. Scholarship. Honing her skills and refining her design sensibility with designers such as Carolina Herrera in New York and Jeremy Laing in Toronto laid the foundation for Sabaiduc to create Romandin.
The debut of Romandin in April 2009 at |FAT| Toronto Alternative Arts and Fashion Week was embraced by the media and won "...the week's prize for innovation", according to NOW Magazine. Through the combination of art, luxury and impeccable design techniques, Romandin aims to inspire and encourage its wearers to be fearless.