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Amina MERIDJI
Fashion Design & Creative courses

She has done many collaborations on luxury RTW and Haute Couture collections including Thierry Mugler, Givenchy with Mc Queen, Kenzo Takada, Balenciaga, Dior, Nina Ricci, Stéphane Roland

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Anthony DELANNOY
Fashion Business courses

Trained at ESMOD, Anthony was in charge of International designer collection for Balenciaga, Azzaro and Toyota. Also ilustrator of male and female trends for Nike France, he joinded the teaching team at ISEM as a fashion culture teacher . Advantage: A knowledge of the international market for creators and trends.
 
 
 
 
 

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Caroline Antal
Fashion Design & Creative courses

Before starting at ESMOD, Caroline made children’s clothes. For the past few years, she has been a patternmaker at Paul and Joe.

Passionate about decoration and travel, she is also president of a charitable association that helps under-privileged children in Eastern Europe.

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Caroline Coutant
Fashion Design & Creative courses

She has had over twenty years experience in different fashion sectors working with mid-to-high end women’s ready-to-wear or with high-end luxury companies.

Besides patternmaking, Caroline is a designer, illustrator and freelance consultant who specializes in image clothing for the luxury industry with Louis Vuitton, Dior, Cartier, creates uniforms for hotel or casino personnel, beauty consultants at Dior Parfum plus host, hostess or special-event uniforms for the Lucien Barrière hotel chain.

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Christine Manigot
Fashion Design & Creative courses

A specialist in Accessories - bags and shoes - thanks to her experience as a designer and production manager at Jérome Gruet, Louison and Diplodocus.

She also worked as production manager for knit and woven collections as well as on leather goods and feathered items at Stella Cadente.

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Claudine de Gryse
Fashion Design & Creative courses

Claudine worked for a long time for the Boussac group, collaborating on collections at Christian Dior, Blizzand and Jalla and worked for brands such as Infinitif, Kenzo, Serge Bensimon, Jacadi and Marithé & François Girbaud.

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David Gillard
Fashion Design & Creative courses

He was a patternmaker for Marithé & François Girbaud men’s and women’s collections and also a designer-patternmaker for the women’s and couture lines of France’s “bad boy” of fashion, Jean-Paul Gaultier.

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Eliane Presteau
Fashion Design & Creative courses

Elise began her professional career as a multi-professional seamstress manufacturing multi-product collections.

Before joining the ESMOD staff, she worked for a number of companies including the ateliers Martine Douvier where she was an exemplary patternmaker.

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