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Stéphanie Coudert


Laureate of the Festival de Hyères in 1999 and Grand Prix de la Création de la Ville de Paris in 2015, Stéphanie Coudert has been using, for 20 years, her creativity at the service of the women in an independent way.

The presentation of her Haute Couture collection at the Institut du Monde Arabe in 2015 is the foundation of a structural axis in her work: the search for an East-West link, formally translated by what she calls her “Blurred Tailleur”: the introduction of the curve into a universe of forms related to power, in order to soften and fluidify the frozen “boxes” of the representation, and to assume its feminine contradictions.

Stéphanie Coudert is also a theatre costume designer and has designed the costumes for most of Dorothée's shows, including Toi, Moi, Tituba… (2023), a cappella (2022), and Unwanted (2017)

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