Radvilė Kisieliūtė obtained a BA Fashion Design at the University of Bedfordshire and has worked in the fashion industry for bespoke and high fashion companies. After gaining master’s degree in University of Arts London in Costume Design for Performance, she also designs and makes costumes for live performances, films and other art projects.

Her strongest interests are in symbolism, paganism, folkloric heritage intertwined with psychological and philosophical underlaying. Her work focuses on textiles and textures manipulation, development, breaking down methods and recycling, which over years became the distinctive style of her creations and supportive expression of her concepts. Radvile enjoys exploring themes in depth by discovering dialogue between personal interests, research, experimentation and design development throughout the creation of meaningful work.