Amelie Loisy-Moutault,
For fifteen years she’s been shaping costumes for grand classic of Opera.
At the same time, she develops her creative world inspired from her work as a costumier and from that perpetual movement which links past present and future. she reflects it on her dark and eclectic creation where black is dominant.
Her expertise of corsetiere let her create and experiment outrageous volumes. She plays with the body curves, fabrics and light. And will complete her creations with metal or leather according her desire.

She gets inspired from nature and contemporary art. She will also show this eclecticism in her taste for music, from electronic sounds to baroque style, and in her reads, from Jules Vernes to James Ellroy.

She uses her own creation and her expertise as fashion designer to collaborate with photographers, musicians, hairdressers, who will give life to her creations through theirs.
Indeed she successfully collaborated with:

– Photographers:
Yves Kortum who used her corsets for the collection “Hotel”
Anna Shadows with her Victorian dress, published in “Vogue Italia”
Jonas Jacquelwith the collection Jeanne
Julie de Lyon with numerous Dark designs

– Musicians:
Skylab, she created all the designs for their video clips
Nicolas Fourgeux, she gave a full makeover to his bands

– Hairdressers :
Vincent Moutault for all his shows in Paris, Moscow, Edmonton, Lyon, Aix en Provence…

From 2010 to 2016 she worked for theatre directors, French and international costume designers for numerous Opera:

-Medée by Eric Ruf, costumes design Claudia Jenatsch (2016)
-Wozzech by Sandrine Anglade, costumes design Pauline Kieffer (2015)
-Kaiser von Atlantis by Benoit Lambert, costumes design Violaine L.Chartier (2015)
-Les Noces de Figaro by Richard Brunnel, costumes design Axel Aust (2014)
-Der Ring des Nebelungen by Laurent Joyeux, costumes design Claudia Jenatsch (2013)
-Don Giovanni by Eric Ruf, costumes design Claudia Jenatsch (2013)
-Cosi fan Tutte by Marcial di Fonzo Bo, costumes design Raoul Fernandez (2012)
-Turandot by Cisco Aznar, set design and costumes Luis Lara (2011)
-Les trois oranges et l’oiseau vert by Sandrine Anglade, set design and costumes Claude Chestier (2010)

From 1998 to 2009, she worked for the company “Opera Eclaté”, where she collaborated with theatre director such as Olivier Desbordes, Michel Fau, Eric Perez for very well known pieces: La flute enchantée, Rigoletto, Don Giovanni, Mannon, Lucia de Lammermoor, Aïda.

Since 2004 she works regularly with the Dijon Opera design studio