French Jewellery Designer Évelie Céline Mouila lives between London and Paris. Her loves are photography, visual communication and jewellery.
Mouila learns graphic design in Paris at the Ensaama (National School of Applied Arts and Crafts) to become a graphic designer. In 2009, she arrives in London to work at the Christopher Raeburn Studio. While on assignment she got broad fashion knowledge.
In 2011 she starts a Master of Art at the Royal college of Art in London in the Goldsmithing, Silversmithing, Metalwork and Jewellery department.
In 2012, she is graduated with the show and a collection called “Juliette”. Her collection emphasizes the actual lines of the body but also create new lines and contours. She creates connections that you don’t normally think about for a piece of jewellery.
After participating in the Project Space of COLLECT 2013, the International Art Fair for Contemporary Object in the Saatchi Gallery, London, on 10-13 May 2013, and at the “Pinakothek Der Moderne” during the Schmuck 2013, she recently have been exhibited at the Museum of Decorative Arts (Mars 2014), located in the Palais of Louvre’s western wing in Paris, at the exhibition: In the line of sight, the contemporary jewelry scene in the permanent collections –
Mouila will show her new 2014 work in Munich (at Akademie der Bildenden Künste), London (at The Royal College of Art) and Tokyo (The Hiko Mizuno College of Jewellery)
Currently working alongside Hans Stofer and Michael Rowe, she is Visiting Lecturer in the Jewellery department of the Royal College of Art (London) and Freelance jewellery designer for a French fashion house (Paris).