Since her years at L’Ecole du Louvre, Stephanie Brissay has forged her unique style referencing art history to intensify her vision and creations. She creates a silhouette both unattainable yet familiar at the same time. Drawing on inspiration from art combined with the style of the US TV sitcoms of the 60 & 70s, and the Hollywood icons.
Following in a family tradition of sculptors, Elissa Castelbou began her studies at 'École Boulle' in Paris before turning to scenography at 'La Sorbonne', where she opened her creative horizons. Afterwards she continued her endeavors at ELLE magazine, discovering the fashion world, remaining for 13 years, and working as a fashion editor with top photographers.
After studying theater and scenography, Mari David began her fashion design training at Atelier Chardon Savard in Paris and made her first classes with Catherine Baba. She pursued her apprenticeship at the Paris office of Vogue Italy while assisting Sara Maino and Giovanna Battaglia consecutively for several years.