As far as I can remember, I’ve always been interested in artistic subjects. When I was younger I drew a lot, photographed everything that I found beautiful, made a lot of movies, and followed a musical course with piano, guitar, music theory and opera. Also, I have always given a huge importance to my clothing style, trying even more scatterbrain styles than others. Teenage years are a life period in which we try to find who we are. There was a real artistic mess lying deep within me, but it helped me build who I am today.
Naturally, I found my way through a field that allowed me to use all my past artistic experiences. The profession of creative director was a good compromise between my hunger for creative liberty and my need to structure my work. I had to learn how to affect and understand people through what I was doing.
Creating a brand was my first goal. I wanted to conceive something with my own hands. Building a brand is like getting into an incredible and exciting adventure with an unknown end. It’s like elaborating a new universe and identity. From my desires is born Pièces Uniques: a project in which I summarise my inspirations and tastes. That’s how I began to unstitch my garments to understand them, to solicit workshops, to get interested in fabrics, etc.
At the same time, I had the chance to seize amazing professional opportunities as a creative director. Thus, I started following two different but converging ways that are not that far from each other. What I learn every day allows Pièces Uniques to grow and establish itself as a more credible brand.