SAloïse Mahé-Stephenson is a fashion Design womenswear designer, with a bicultural French and English background. Having grown up in Paris, this enabled her to find key interests in art and literature (psychology and philosophy in particular). After a year of Art foundation at the Atelier de Sèvres, she graduated from the London College of Fashion, in BA Fashion Design Womenswear in 2019.
Particularly interested in blurring the lines between Garment and Object, but also Art and Fashion, Aloïse tends to reach for unconventional fabric choices, especially upholstery. She also works on how garment volume can interact with its surroundings and space.
For her graduate collection, she created moving sculptures, each look depicting a Greek goddess. By re-interpreting the female body, her garments represent the dreaminess and complexity of the unconscious mind, while showing it’s variations from one person to another, in this case, from one temperamental goddess to another.