Collection: RACHEL B.

Rachel began her career as a fashion designer in 2003. She created her heroine in 2009 from her first silhouettes as a stylist. A graceful, ultra-feminized and falsely ingenious muse : La Midinette. An icon of the Paris of yesterday whose origin dates back to the first demands of the workers of the haute couture workshops. Bathed in Parisian luxury, Rachel uses painting as her main means of expression. Her work then maintains a paradox between her admiration for beautiful things and a certain derision for the consumer society. It is the three-dimensional polymorphic aspect that appeals to the spectator at first sight. Mystical, poetic, oneiric, surrealist, ironic, provocative, ingenious, artificial, her work is inspired by great signatures. The undulating hair of pre-Raphaelites, the opulence of Gustav Klimt, the audacity of Toulouse Lautrec and the modernity of Edmond Kiraz are rooted in is childhood imagination. A second reading beyond the aesthetic abundance is needed to understand the real nature of his discourse and his lifelong search.