Fashion responds to its time.
More durable than the effect, it's about being fair, making sense.
In an environment that quickly assimilates an infinity of products and images, originality is a real challenge.
Apparel is a vast estate, in perpetual metamorphosis and the fashion designer or designer is the first link in a very long chain. It is responsible to give a clear-sighted impulse and quality, a guarantee of durability.
True universal language, at the heart of our exchange, our clothing redefines us daily, and to build them requires a great knowledge of past usages and future aspirations.
Fashion is learned like music, thanks to an incessant practice that transcends technique and transforms know-how into avant-garde compositions.
To capture the moment, it takes a lot of curiosity and listening.
Through research and experimentation, we open ourselves to the strange and emancipate ourselves from the evidences.
The most visionary creations are always the most personal.
Director of the School of Fashion
Holding a Master’s degree from ENSAV-La Cambre in Fashion Design and Fashion Design with Distinction in 2007, Emilie Duval has been working for many years in prestigious fashion houses - Maison Martin Margiela, Balenciaga, and Dior.
Experienced by the economic expectations of a demanding and constantly changing market, she sees fashion as both a deeply realistic discipline and a living art that questions the spirit of the times.
Passionate about the diversity of thought patterns, she is passionate about investing in innovation, and forging strong links with many players in contemporary fashion.
Through curiosity and emulation, she wants to promote exchanges and blends, and transform enlightened inspirations into brilliant achievements.