Hello and Welcome!


I am a Luxembourg based freelance costume designer, maker and artist.


Born and raised in Luxembourg, my home country's cultural heritage, literature and art influenced me a lot as a designer and artist. I graduated with a technical diploma from the Lycée Techniques des Arts et Métiers in Luxembourg in 2010, with Fine Arts as my major subject. I obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Costume Design at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Hanover, Germany in 2015, during which I worked as a costume design assistant at the Theatre National in Luxembourg and designed the costumes in collaboration with two fellow designers for the feature film An Evening Eternity (2016). For my Bachelor Thesis, I created a short play based on the tale of Renert by Michel Rodange, for which I designed and created the costumes, bringing five animal characters from the story to life. 


In 2018 I graduated from the MA Costume Design For Performance Course at the London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London, with my final piece called Melusina, exploring not only a Luxembourgish legend but also women’s liberation in modern society.


In my exploration for new techniques to create my own textures, I choose more and more unconventional and manipulated materials to involve my costumes in a creative dialogue between traditional craftsmanship and alternative methods and materials. Sustainability in my work is a matter close to my heart and defines my design process. Most of my artistic work involves up-cycling old, discarded or leftover fabrics and other materials. I find most of my inspiration in my surroundings or in the material itself to create unique pieces of wearable art. 

I combine my training in historical pattern and garment making with modern materials and modern values. I often let the materials guide the design of the garment, and use a variety of techniques ranging from intricate embroidery and beading to more freely and experimental techniques from all over the world.