Anaïs Guery launched her studio in 2014.
willing to create an independent wardrobe combining heritage of couture with hand-crafted experimentations.
She learned in emblematic Christian Dior and Balenciaga studios and acquired sharp both traditional and avant- gardist development know-how.
She then attended The London College of Fashion to understand the international market and right after she moved to New York to assist upcoming designers in their creative and business development.
Back in Paris, she joined Cacharel where she designed woven womenswear collections.
Simultaneously she started training and experimenting in the alchemy of indigo blue. Firstly working on "Indigo: The Colour That Changed the World", a book by Catherine Legrand (Editions Thames & Hudson 2013) then learning the vegetal process from Michel Garcia.
Carrying on an empirical approach, she dyes raw linen, silk twill, wool crepon in diverse shades playing on the amount of bath given.
This ancestral gesture participates to the signature of a. guery and drags the designer toward other singular techniques which may also appear in her creative work.
At the same time Researcher and Artisan, Anais Guery has the talent to combine feeling and technique.
Anaïs graduated from Institut Français de la Mode and Les Arts Décoratifs in Paris.
In 2015 and 2016 , she has been invited to show her collection at Designers Apartment, guest of DEFI and Fédération Française de la couture et du Prêt – à – Porter.
In 2016, a.guery is invited to show in Corea, and is laureate of Mediterranean Fashion Prize 2016.
in 2017 and 2018, Anaïs visits several times Japan to meet Indigo Masters of Sukumo.
Photography Stéphane Ruchaud
Book By Catherine Legrand featuring watercolors by Anaïs Guery