From the suburbs of Montreal, Ca., Marie-Ève Lecavalier has transform her subculture and sociology fascination into design projects.
Meanwhile her fashion studies at UQAM (Montreal), she worked as a research assistant for Ying Gao and did an internship at Alexander Wang (New York).
After working as a freelancer for several research projects and video productions, she decided to go to HEAD (Geneva) for her master's studies.
She then concreted a passion for leather and blown glass accessories. Her master's collection is the reflexion of her childhood's imaginary blended with clean graphic design and a unique knitted leather technique.
For my first Master’s year, the goal was to work with the concept of the Moiré effect. Inspired by the book itself of Lytle Shaw, the idea was to create garments that would transcend the fine line between dream and reality by using lines , details and shapes of iconic clothes. ‘’ Les Moires’’ is a collection about perception, confusion and poetic blurriness.