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Aurélie Lanoiselée

  • Embroiderer
  • Zaventem, Belgium
  • Master Artisan
Aurélie Lanoiselée Embroiderer
French, English
By appointment only
+33 781829668
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The textile interpreter

  • • Aurélie has developed her own artistic expression
  • • She participates regularly in solo and group exhibitions
  • • She has collaborated with renowned Haute Couture designers

“A textile interpreter in search of emotions and sensations to translate” is how Aurélie Lanoiselée would define herself. At the frontier between textiles and art, the French designer pushes the limits of embroidery, aiming to create new materials. Aurélie started studying fashion design, before specialising with a Textile Métiers d’Arts diploma focused on embroidery. Very soon, her rigour and creativity led her to important collaborations with Haute Couture Maisons, notably with Carven and Christian Lacroix. Aurélie draws on the diversity of her expertise to propose textile solutions adapted to each project; from fashion to cinema, from art pieces to interior decoration. Her creations reveal a unique interaction between unexpected materials.

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Nature Humaine

Nature Humaine, meaning human nature in French, is a textile ornament made by Aurélie Lanoiselée. It is made using a mix of techniques such as dyed organza ruching, pearl cotton crochet and embroidery in different green and brown shades.

Length 55 cm
Width 30 cm
Height 25 cm

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This beautiful piece is made by Aurélie Lanoiselée and named chameleon. Shaped cotton guipure, dyed silk tulle and beading in colours ranging from beige to green, blue, rose and orange are beautifully assembled.

Length 10 cm
Width 5 cm
Height 15 cm

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This textile board by Aurélie Lanoiselée is made from tulle embroidered with mother-of-pearl tubes and applied organza flowers beaded with crystal droplets. The white colour gives the piece a calm serenity.

Length 10 cm
Width 1.5 cm
Height 15 cm

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L’Or Bleu

The blue shirt was elevated to iconic status by Aurélie Lanoiselée through indigo cotton twill and golden rain embroidery. This gives the initially simple clothing item a luxurious, iconic look.

Length 65 cm
Height 140 cm

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These heels by Aurélie Lanoiselée is an Haute Couture production. Mixed techniques such as beading on leather and dyed organza applications create the lush green, white and rose floral wonderland ensemble.

Length 22 cm
Width 6 cm
Height 10 cm

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