Multidisciplinary stylist and plastic artist,
Ludovic has been working in the creative field for 20 years.
After a BAC in Applied Arts, he studied Fashion and Art at the St Luc Institute in Belgium.
He has worked for institutions such as the Palais Galliera, Musée de Mode de la Ville de Paris, as well as within the Fashion, Design and Métiers d'Art department of the Paris City Hall.
For 8 years, he taught fashion design internationally in several ESMOD Group schools.
Today, he works as a styling trainer in several schools.
He works as a consultant for fashion houses (Carven, Petit Bateau, Jean-Paul Knott, Absorba) and trade shows (Aiguille en Fête, Interfilière, Créations & Savoir Faire).
Specialized in paper design, he designs accessories with his label Igor Brossman,
clothing or decorative objects, only made with this material.
He regularly collaborates with Procédés Chénel, a company specialising in paper architecture, creating decorative objects and clothing.
Ludovic recently participated in a group exhibition initiated by Sophie Chénel.
Through his creative and playful approach, Ludovic tries to reveal the ephemeral and
a little superfluous in fashion.