When the Rana Plaza collapsed in 2013, it was the heart of Emmanuelle that said STOP.
Sickened and shocked by the situation of textile workers around the world, she decided to create her own clothes and stop buying needlessly in fast fashion.
In 2014, she discovered LESAGE, a Parisian Studio of haute couture embroidery. Learning the techniques of this art of shine and emotion, becomes an evidence.
Already self-taught in sewing and creation of mesh, she leaves to Lunéville, for a discovery of techniques, in 2015, then continues her training in haute couture and traditional embroidery at Elisabeth Gasbarre Roulleau studio in Lyon, an exceptional woman who transmits her passion for excellence and beauty.
The designer Francesca Fossati in Milan, in collaboration with "l'Atelier Rêves de Broderies"of Elisabeth Roulleau, allows her in July 2017 to draw and make the embroideries of an "art deco theme" dress for the SS/18 collection.
Since 2018, Emuska, takes you into its unique universe, inspired by the present moment, she creates and embroiders with fullness, in her atelier located in Neuchâtel. Beads, sequins, textiles and specific materials are meticulously chosen for their particular rendering so that each embroidered piece enhances a clothing style and enhances this fascinating know-how. Intrigue, innovation and risk-taking punctuate each of these creations.
In June 2018, the Vancouver Fashion Week organisation contacted her for the AW 2019/20 fashion show.
" We are Plastic" marks its footprint in Vancouver on March 19, 2019, and denounces a society based on overconsumption and hypocrisy.