While I have over 20 years of experience working in fashion, my obsession with clothes started long before my career did. As a child, my morning ritual involved meticulously selecting an outfit and then kindly apologizing to the articles confined to my closet that day. I felt a real connection with every print, cut, fabric, and accessory.
In my twenties, I departed my hometown of Montreal to study design where I acquired the right tools to articulate my intuitions. After graduating, I spent some time living in London, Vancouver, and Southern California. As I moved from one city to the next, my personal style shaped and shifted with my surroundings. Throughout the years, I've had the pleasure of working with some of the industry's leading models, photographers and creative directors.
Over time, my natural instincts started attract friends and family who constantly sought advice on their personal style and eventually, what began as a hobby quickly evolved into something that fulfilled me. Today, it’s a full-on career and I couldn’t be happier.
Presently, I style clients across the globe—you can spot my handiwork in San Diego, Los Angeles, Montreal, Vancouver, Texas, London, and Spain.
It’s important to me that everyone feels confident and beautiful, no matter their gender, sexual orientation, race, religious, size or weight. The fashion industry can be alienating, but if you want to try something new and express yourself through clothes, I’m here to guide you on your journey.
This summer I'm inspired by layers, casual tailoring and airy knits that say, I'm ready for Burning Man, but first - the frozen food aisle at Erewhon. That's me, though, and I don't expect my clients to dress like I do (the big secret to my success revealed). I want to know what inspires you and as part of our initial consultation, I will ask you to put together a mood board based on your wildest fashion dreams.