Anaïs Abrams is a Belgian fashion designer. She studied in Brussels, and a few months in Madrid, during an exchange program. Her work was shown in multiple events in Belgium.
She trained in different companies such as Filles à Papa, Maison Bernard Depoorter, LCS Atelier.
She's inspired by travels and adventures, vintage stuff and old souvenirs, the colors/shapes/patterns of specific details observed in life. She wants to help people express their personality, to feel confident and powerful.
Anaïs Abrams’s designs are for the daydreamers, adventurers, optimists and open-minded curious ambitious individuals. They’re not only accessories or clothes, but materialized inspirations telling a story. They’re concrete things that can help you bring some dream into your daily life. They carry the message that imagination is the best tool to make reality a bit more magic.
Life tastes better when you see the glass half full, and want to make the most of it. Don’t forget to have fun, to dance in your kitchen or to do whatever makes you happy.
This collection was conceived to be a sensory and emotional discovery, similar to the one you have when you go to an attic full of mysteries for the first time. By observing the clothes, you relive the curiosity and wonder your experienced when you saw these objects collected over the past years and lives, these treasures carefully stored in the bottom of a box covered with dust. You surprise yourself imagining the stories, the path of those memories brought back from around the world and the life story behind those old faded pictures that reflect a different era. You let yourself dive into this forgotten past, and get inspired by the ambitions and lives of people who lived before us. The small unique details in the clothes, hidden or not, give us the impression to be able to carry these secret inspirations with us, wearing them as a personal lucky charm.