Maud Falcon de Longevialle began her career in the cinematography world just after graduating from the Cergy School of Fine Arts. Animated by a constant need to realize her thoughts and desires, she never stops questioning our place in the society and how the human being appears. Concerned with the balance of forms and aesthetics, she develops the originality of her models in an artistic approach. She works every model in the manner of an artist. She draws, erases, tears, draws again, plays with colors, and materials.
The garment when worn by each, tells a story. She draws her inspiration from the photo or from her friends and her visual artists, to draw exclusive prints, to create unique collections.
“When I imagine my collections, I leave nothing by chance. A bit like the architect who builds a house, I create a container to reveal a content. “The form is the bottom that rises to the surface.” said V.Hugo.
The prints come from multiple channels, a great mix and match of images and sounds. Maud draws them, paints them in a very short time so as not to forget anything! Then she links them together so that each model is unique and tells a story. “There are often 6 or 7 that suit me! And then there are some we would have preferred that are stuck on a wall! So, very quickly, we go back to work, we research, we deepen”.
The designer is surrounded by a team of suppliers and manufacturers who follow her from the beginning. They are in France, Italy and Japan. She strives to work with people with irreproachable ethics, in terms of the subjects and the traditions.