imaginary vs imaginative

and what about “imaginary” and "imaginative?’
how are they different in usage?
Thank You.

describes something that is created by and exists only in the mind; that is not real
As a child I had an imaginary friend called Polly.
The story is set in an imaginary world.
imaginary fears

• new, original and clever
an imaginative new approach/policy
The architects have made imaginative use of glass and transparent plastic.• good at producing ideas or things that are unusual, clever or showing skill in inventing
an imaginative designer