Sarah Radulescu, a thread of inspiration

The work of Sarah Radulescu grows out of a conversation between the yarn, embroideries, and her own inspiration. During her childhood in Cameroon, steeped in African culture and its incredibly rich colours, she learned to embroider and sew.
“In Eastern Europe I was fascinated to discover handcrafted pieces embroidered using ancient techniques found now only in certain villages.” she confesses and today, in her atelier of Saint-Mandé, in the outskirts of Paris, by combining various techniques, which she embellishes with beads or that she shapes to fashion volumes, Sarah Radulescu’s creations take on many forms. Animal, vegetal, or more abstract; sometimes delicate and precious, sometimes paradoxically thick and contemporary.
Today her embroidered collections are the result of deep passion and research: to connect two worlds – the old and the new – while safeguarding their multicultural and unique character.
From February 18-20, 2014, Sarah Radulescu participates in Maison d’Exceptions, the space at Première Vision dedicated to haute création.