Christelle Cellier studies Fashion Design for three years , then a Master in Arts and Communication at the University completes her training. Follows a first experience in the studio of Philip Collier to design graphic boards for tourism and culture. Convinced by her talent for the composition of images, Philippe gives the overall graphic design panels to his employee.
It was at Domyos , one of the biggest brands of Decathlon , that Christelle started as a graphic and fashion designer. Satisfied by her creativity and commercial awareness, the brand quickly offered her a permanent contract. Over the seasons, the collections are more relevant and aligned in international sports brands . Alternately stylist and graphist, she works on women and kids collections with a preference for yoga and modern dance markets : nature and movement, contemplation and creativity.
Her curiosity and analytical skills led her to be responsible for the children trends for several years and co-authored a tutoring on the achievement of design guidelines. In autumn 2012, Cross Design team gives her a prize: the " Oxylane Design Awards " , Section Graphic Design for the creation of a pattern for Modern Dance . The shirts in this serie are selling so well that we must replenish stocks quickly.
Despite this recognition, entrepreneurship need emerges and leads her to establish her business in 2015 . Enthusiastic and generous, this passionate creative made her shyness an asset interwievant personalities such as Yael Naim or Rover for her radioshow Transmission, in duet with Christophe Cellier.
- Art Direction : definition of design guidelines
- Benchmarking , trend analysis.
- Creation of prints & patterns for textile collections ( ready-to-wear , sportswear ,
decoration ) designs , technical issues, production monitoring
- Graphics ( illustration, logo )
- Creation of visual communication media
- The textile printing processes in industry, Oxylane
- Arts & Communication, distinction
- Fashion Design , distinction
- Applied Arts
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