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Lucy Kepp

Lucy Kepp expresses herself through fabric, and strives for a fashion both subtle and sharp, where art and fashion collide.

Who are you?

An Anglo-Danish fashion designer, born in France, Lucy Kepp grew up in an artistic environment. She chose fashion in order to express herself. She trained as a costume designer and works in works for the Opera, the cinema, the theatre, and Haute Couture. 


Assistant to designers and in a workshop Caraco, she went onto Paris where she worked for seven years, she permeates all styles, but mostly baroque and contemporary looks.

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Why did you choose to go into fashion?

There is an element of chance, but fashion also has many attractions:

I enjoy working with lines, volumes, and colours.


Could you describe your creative universe to us?

My universe is where art, fashion, and craftsmanship meet.

I hope to transpose artistic references onto my designs, and I hope that they give them a unique touch.


What are your sources of inspiration?

The fabrics guide me, and then the references of practising artists: painting, calligraphy, design, and sculpture.

I hope to create impressions, a spontaneous rhythm, with coarse pleated detail.


How did you come to create your pieces?

All the pieces were made in my workshop in Sancerre, France. Each piece has a unique touch.


Can you tell us a little about your collaboration with MonDéfilé?

It has been an initiation of total simplicity, and the welcome was warm and friendly.


If you could be a garment or an accessory, what would you be?

If I was a garment I would be a little black dress with a touch of red.

"For those who like art, audacity; for those with an impertinent streak and a love for romance."

Golden Palm Award


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