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Having grown up in Haute-Savoie, Loriane Leger came to Paris in the early 2000s to study and develop her art with Make Up For Ever. She graduated at the top of her class. Over the years, she climbed the ladder and maintained her creative and free spirit. 

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Guided by her travels and nature, this young artist proposes a lively and colorful universe, offering an art that she wishes to be timeless, modern, minimalist, and poetic, without forgetting to mention her key words: delicacy, precision, creativity, and sensitivity. But what Loriane Leger appreciates most of all is to be able to play with textures, colors, drawing, and painting while keeping a natural beauty linked to the lines of the face and the personality of the person who is in her hands. 

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A work that we also find on the catwalks of the biggest international brands during the Fashion Weeks. Ten years ago, Loriane Leger joined Pat Mcgraph’s team, before joining Inge Grognard’s team five years ago. Two opposing universes that fascinated her and that allowed her to develop her own style. The first is characterized by its glamorous side, executed to perfection with unlimited creativity, while the second is more modern, minimalist, and instinctive. 

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Her playground, the multidisciplinary artist puts it at the service of art, beauty, and elegance. However, Loriane also enjoys working on innovations and searching for new creative perspectives and a new vision of beauty with teams gathered around various artistic projects. 

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Between her collaborations with magazines such as Vogue, L’Officiel, Numéro, Bazaar, and Elle, to name a few, Loriane Leger puts her art to good use with brands ranging from Dior to Chanel, Jean Paul Gaultier, Rochas, Saint Laurent, and many others. But she doesn’t stop there! In 2022, this painter mounted her first exhibition of oil paintings and is already preparing the second… 

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