About - Peggy Derolez
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Through her collections, Peggy Derolez proposes a singular approach to material, a sensory experience. Stylized plumages, fur and hybrid materials play with perceptions. By subtle interventions, she questions codes and the traditional textile crafts.

Graduate of the High School Duperré in textile design and embroidery. Peggy has since cultivated the importance of gesture in the creative process.
In 2008, a singular encounter with the designer Rose Morant marks the beginning of the exploration of ancient Asian know-how. For five years, she was responsible for the research and development of rare crafts, in Myanmar, Pakistan, China and Vietnam, and developed collections of fashion accessories for French Luxury Houses.
Back in France, she was awarded the Prix de la Vocation and selected for a two years residence at the Ateliers de Paris. In 2013, she creates her own studio as an exploration and creation pole that both proposes the creation of amazing textiles and consulting, always guided by the desire to preserve the exception of handmade.


SEPT 2015 / RÉVÉLATIONS – Grand Palais, Paris
MAI – JUIN 2015 / KOROMO – Mingei Gallery, Paris
DEC 2014 / CAROUSEL DES MÉTIERS D’ART – Carousel du Louvre, Paris
SEPT – NOV 2013 / MATIÈRE BLEUE – Ateliers de Paris Gallery, Paris
MAY 2013 / DESIGNERS DAYS – Ateliers de Paris Gallery, Paris
SEPT 2011 / BEIJING DESIGN WEEK – Beijing, China
JUNE – AUG 2011 / OBJETS DE FICTION – Ilivetomorrow, Hong Kong
JULY 2010 / IMAGINEZ MAINTENANT – Les Subsistances, Lyon
DEC 2007 / MADE IN PARIS – Couvent des Cordelliers, Paris
MAY – JUNE 2007 / CARRÉ RIVE GAUCHE – France de Forceville Gallery, Paris


2013 – 2015 / ATELIERS DE PARIS – Residence
2013 / BLEUSTEIN-BLANCHET FOUNDATION– Awarded  the Prix de la Vocation


Trends – colors/materials

Visual identity


Creation of unique textiles

Embroidery – printing – dyeing – crochet


Rare crafts / Sourcing et technical expertise

Prototype development and limited series