'Defined by the words ‘poetry’ and ‘savoir-faire’, my work combines intricate handmade textiles and sculptural silhouettes to express a timeless interpretation of femininity. Mainly driven by ideas of love, memory, and nostalgia, the collections are designed to tell a story through a more artistic and sensitive point of view. Garments are sustainably created with unique fabrics and subtle details. By creating my own materials before shaping them onto the body, I hope to play with elements of control and find physical methods that experience emotional waves in the mind.'
Pauline Dujancourt grew up in Paris. After a fashion and textile design degree at the Parisian art school École Duperré, she interned at Phoebe English in London where she made various delicate hand-textile pieces. In 2018, she graduated from the MA Fashion Design Womenswear at London College of Fashion supported by the Harold Tillman’s Award - then moved to New York where she did a traineeship as a knitwear designer at Alexander Wang. She is now based in London and works as a knitwear and textile designer for Simone Rocha.