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Meet the Pioneers

We believe that each of us has a main role to play to make fashion circular.
We also believe that we are stronger together.

Basile Boon, Designer
Atelier Peau

Being sensitive to environmental, consumption and sustainability issues, Basile’s work is focused on materials sourcing, manufacturing conditions and locations as well as the quality of the finished products.

He is the founder of Atelier Peau and a resident in the MAD Lab, where he nourishes his work with varied collaborations with designers, graphic designers and companies active in the social milieu.

L’Atelier Peau develops partnerships to promote materials recycling, short circuits and social integration. Here, in collaboration with Les Petits Riens ASBL and the L’Ouvroir ETA, the studio creates a first line of affordable leather goods through the recovery of used leathers.

Where to find his collections?
https://atelierpeau.bigcartel.com/

Basile Boon, Designer
Atelier Peau

Being sensitive to environmental, consumption and sustainability issues,Basile’s work  is focused on materials sourcing, manufacturing conditions and locations as well as the quality of the finished products.

He is the founder of Atelier Peau and a resident in the MAD Lab, where he nourishes his work with varied collaborations with designers, graphic designers and companies active in the social milieu.

L’Atelier Peau develops partnerships to promote materials recycling, short circuits and social integration. Here, in collaboration with Les Petits Riens ASBL and the L’Ouvroir ETA, the studio creates a first line of affordable leather goods through the recovery of used leathers.

Where to find his collections?

https://atelierpeau.bigcartel.com/

Basile Boon, Designer
Atelier Peau

Isa Caufriez Sanchez
LCS Atelier

Did you give up something to be a stylist? “No, I gave up being a stylist to be an architect, but today that’s changing!”

Isa has traveled the world searching for inspiration: Kuwait, Tunisia, Morocco, Peru, and many more distant places. From each of her adventures she brought back textile treasures and jewelry, saving them carefully until she could find the perfect creation where they would be showcased and given a second life.

For example, the golden circle on the bracelet is one of the many rings that make up a typical Tunisian necklace while the weaving comes from a fouta that Isa has weaved before giving new life to the yarn.

Where to find her collections?
https://www.lcsatelier.com/femme

Isa Caufriez Sanchez
LCS Atelier

Did you give up something to be a stylist? “No, I gave up being a stylist to be an architect, but today that’s changing!”

Isa has traveled the world searching for inspiration: Kuwait, Tunisia, Morocco, Peru, and many more distant places. From each of her adventures she brought back textile treasures and jewelry, saving them carefully until she could find the perfect creation where they would be showcased and given a second life.

For example, the golden circle on the bracelet is one of the many rings that make up a typical Tunisian necklace while the weaving comes from a fouta that Isa has weaved before giving new life to the yarn.

Where to find his collections?
https://www.lcsatelier.com/femme

Isa Caufriez Sanchez
LCS Atelier

Lucil Caufriez Sanchez
LCS Atelier

Since childhood, Lucil has been collecting her grandmother’s fabrics to create unique accessories: bracelets, bags, scrunchies. The list never ended.

Her handmade pieces are all unique. Each combination of fabrics is different so you will never see your piece anywhere else.

From ideation to packaging everything is done in collaboration with young local companies and handmade care.

Lucil’s signature? Natural dyes, patchworking, custom graphics and printing,
A unique product, for an authentic purpose.

Where to find her collections?
https://www.lcsatelier.com/femme

Lucil Caufriez Sanchez
LCS Atelier

Since childhood, Lucil has been collecting her grandmother’s fabrics to create unique accessories: bracelets, bags, scrunchies. The list never ended.

Her handmade pieces are all unique. Each combination of fabrics is different so you will never see your piece anywhere else.

From ideation to packaging everything is done in collaboration with young local companies and handmade care.

Lucil’s signature? Natural dyes, patchworking, custom graphics and printing,
A unique product, for an authentic purpose.

Where to find his collections?
https://www.lcsatelier.com/femme

Lucil Caufriez Sanchez
LCS Atelier