AD Fashion Studio: Rock’n’Roll dreamsTo know in detail the materials means to “tame” and sublimate them. This is how the French designer creates clothing […]

May 03, 2017
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To know in detail the materials means to “tame” and sublimate them. This is how the French designer creates clothing and accessories in leather sculpted on the body, which bring out the darkest side of every woman.



After obtaining a degree at the famous ESAA Duperré of Paris, Angéline Dangelser continued her jewellery studies at Christian Dior and in the prototyping of leather accessories at Jean Paul Gaultier – also with the master shoemaker Maurice Arnoult. She also collaborated with Versace and Prada in Milan, perfecting her technique and expanding her creative horizons.

In 2016, she founded the AD Fashion Studio together with the Moroccan designer Ali Drissi in Casablanca (Morocco). They collaborated with small artisan ateliers, working mostly with lambskin, which is the main local product. This hide is not only smooth and soft, but also has insulating and protective properties, while maintaining its characteristics of lightness and ductility.

The production is varied and diverse: leatherwear (jackets, skirts, dresses), but also bags, belts, corsets, and suspenders united by a vintage rock mood with high fashion content. She draws inspiration from the irrepressible pinup girls of the 50s, true style icons for Angéline, as well as travel, Art Déco, and of course a music soundscape.

AD Fashion Studio

AD Fashion Studio was founded in 2016 in Casablanca (Morocco) by Angéline Dangelser Ali Drissi. They collaborated with small artisan […]

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