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French fashion designer Prune Goldschmidt's journey began with high-level weaving techniques. Since the Middle Ages, textile crafts have flourished in Flanders, where the bounty of the castle and lake near her home has been her playground since the age of five. Growing up in the heart of such a thriving and dreamy textile industry, Prune began to develop a taste for fashion under the artistic influence of her godmother, a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts, with whom she made dresses and pants with an exaggerated high waist.

As an adult, she joined the famous French fashion house Sonia Rykiel. His work allows him not only to continue creating fashion but also to refine his models. However, she briefly put her fashion dreams on hold in order to raise her children full time. Over the years, as the children grew older, his artistic side was stimulated by the desire to work with them.
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