Fashion Design & Creative courses

Katia Mourot

After studying applied arts, Katia collaborated with Torrente and then, after jobs at ESMOD Bangkok, Rennes and Roubaix, joined ESMOD Paris. She is passionate about all the arts : singing, painting and sculpting

Julian Bernard

As a Menswear specialist, he worked at Maison Daniel Faret as designer and computer designer for development projects between Paris, Shanghai, Beijing and Xiamen. He also worked with Chinese mid-to-high end ready-to-wear brands like the Septwolves group. He collaborated on the launch of Zoo&Co, a concept brand of reversible bathing suits and also did a capsule collection for the Les Tentativas brand.

Sophie Bertho-Tankoano

Sophie is a graduate of the Paris Beaux Arts school (fine arts) and has been a designer-patternmaker for women’s RTW and luxury brands and also a freelance designer for men’s and women’s labels such as Comme des Garçons, 0044 and Lutz.

Patti Loué Milanese

A designer-patternmaker for many years as well as having professional experiences at Calvin Klein, Pierre Cardin, New Man and Franck Sorbier, Patti is also a lecturer and teacher at Chanel.

Amina MERIDJI

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

Isabelle L’Hemeillet

A wedding dress patternmaker at Pronuptia and patternmaker for Christian Lacroix, she has also collaborated, via her workshop, with Kenzo, Christian Tournafol, Paul & Joe....and also Salomon Furs.

Sandrine Delhumeau

She has done various collaborations with Kenzo, Barbara Bui, Et Vous, Anne Willi, Daniel Jasiak, Wowo.

She specializes in knits and wovens for women’s and children’s ready-to-wear.

 

 

Ioannis Guia

He created his own high-end ready-to-wear line in 1998. He earned a DEA (diploma of applied studies) at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (Higher Education University for Social Sciences) with a thesis on the “Sexual Function of Garments in the Western world”.

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