The World of Jan Taminiau

TAMINIAU opens his first Flasgship Store in September in number 14 of callejón Jorge Juan.

TAMINIAU continues to do pop ups around the world in beautiful locations in Gstaad, Bogotá or Sotogrande among others.

Last March TAMINIAU opened his two first pop up stores in Amsterdam and Madrid.

In 2018, the Centraal Museum Utrecht presents a major exhibition of Jan Taminiau’s work

In 2017, he designs a 10-meter-long embroidered Damask table cloth representing the history of the Royal Dutch House, for a second exhibition at the Textile Museum in Tilburg.

In 2016, the Dutch airline company KLM, asks Taminiau to design a range of comfort bags for KLM’s Business Class customers

Paleis Het Loo “Royal Showpieces, a royal encounter with Dutch Design”

Rihanna is photographed wearing multiple looks from JANTAMINIAU

In 2014 Jan Taminiau designs the costumes for “Gone with the Wind”, the theatre production

In 2014 Jan Taminiau receives he “Grand Seigneur” Oveur Award, he Dutch fashion’s highest honour

Jan Taminiau designs costumes for the movie The Hunger Games

The Textile Museum in Tilburg dedicates him an exhibition

In 2013 Queen Maxima of the Netherlands wears a dress and a cape of JANTAMINIAU at the coronation of King Willem Alexander

Beyonce features JANTAMINIAU shoes on the cover of her new album in May 2011.

In 2010 Lady Gaga is seen in a dress of JANTAMINIAU’s “Reflections” collection and will return to the designer over the years.

From 2007 onwards Taminiau has showed his collections twice a year in Paris Couture Fashion Week.

In 2004 he launches JANTAMINIAU. After such a successful start in Paris, Jan leaves for New York and presents his Mailbag Collection at FIT.

After traineeships at Olivier Theyskens, Oscar Süleyman, Hubert Barrere and Hurel in Paris, he presents ‘Unfolding’ at Paris Fashion Week in 2003.

In 2001 the Dutch designer graduates from the Academy of Art in Arnhem. Awarded the prestigious Roos Gesink Award in the Netherlands.