Jula Reindell


Was born in Hamburg. She has been a costume and fashion designer since 2012 and is based in Mainz. She studied at the Hochschule für Gestaltung in Pforzheim and at the London College of Fashion. Her master’s thesis won the 2008 Bayerischer Staatspreis für Nachwuchsdesigner. She has assisted the London fashion designer Hussein Chalayan for multiple collections. An exhibit of her project »Symphony of a missing Room« with the artists Lundahl & Seitl is found at the Hamburg Kunsthalle, the National Museum in Stockholm, and at the Salzburger Festspiele. She has been costume assistant at the Theater Dortmund, where she was costume designer for »Identities« byXin Peng Wang, »Sarabande« by Benjamin Millepied, and »Glaube, Liebe, Holländer«. She did the costume installation for »Kleist: Krise und Experiment« at the Ephraim-Palais Berlin in 2011. Her costume designs for »Im Weißen Rössl« for the Luzern Theater won the Prix Juste-au-Corps in 2012. Since then, she has worked regularly as costume designer for the choreographer Stéphen Delattre at the Kammerspiele Mainz, including for »Momo«, »Notre-Dame de Paris«, »woMEN«, and »Frameless«. She did the costumes for the world premiere of Isidora Žebeljan’s »Nahod Simon«, »Hoffmanns Erzählungen«, and »Der Florentiner Hut« in Gelsenkirchen, for »Mozart. Una Fantasia« in Koblenz, for »L – Do I need Labels to Love?« in Cologne, and for »Die Entführung aus dem Serail« in Dresden. She often works with Michiel Dijkema. Her costumes have been seen at the Oper Leipzig in the 2017/18 season for »Rusalka«, and in the 2018/19 season for »Der fliegende Holländer«.