Félicie obtained a master’s degree in Design Product from The Royal College of Art (RCA) in London (2016) after having finished a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design at La Cambre in Brussels (2014).
During her studies she won and was nominated for several awards :
Laureate of The Young Belgian Design Award (Brussels 2014), among the finalists of Mixology Student Designer of the year (London 2015), participation in TALENTE International Competition in Munich (2015) and International Student Innovation Award (London 2016) and The 35th Festival of Hyères Accessories Finalist at Villa Noailles (2020).
Her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums such as The MUDAM Museum of Modern Art in Luxembourg, MAK Contemporary Art Museum in Vienna, IMM Cologne, Interior 2014 International Design Biennale in Courtrai, Bozar Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels.
Travelling is a huge part of her creative process where she can learn about different ways of living, thinking, making.
After living in Iceland she decided to immerse herself in different countries such as Vietnam, Cambodia, China, India, Brasil, Mexico and Japan -the country that had the biggest impact on her work.
During her last year at The RCA she decided to focus on wearable objects for her diploma project METAMORPHOSIS.
When she graduated she first learned about jewelry with Evelie Mouila at Maison Margiela.
The jewel path then took her to Jean Paul Gaultier where she explored the world of Haute couture with Laurent Tijou.
Félicie then worked as an accessories designer for different companies such as & Other Stories,
Les Galeries Lafayette, Patine Paris & Carlotti Paris.