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    Eloïse Ptito-Echeverria is a textile and apparel designer currently based in Montreal. Driven by intelligent print and ethical design, she possesses a particular penchant for textiles, embroidery, and colour. After completing her Fine Arts degree in 2011, she lived in Santiago, Chile for a year where she trained in Rococo hand-embroidery and Shibori. She also studied Precolombian-Andina textiles at l’Universidad Catolica de Diseño.

     All of these experiences have collectively impacted her aesthetic vocabulary, resulting in a heavily art-based design ethos that insists upon embedding her work with the empowering qualities of colour, the textile practices of her mixed heritage, and the emotional recycling of personal materials. Paying very little attention to current fads, her ultimate goal is to create soulful heirloom pieces that will be passed down from generation to generation. She is a graduate of the Ryerson Fashion Design Program and was most recently awarded Brettons’ Designer of the Year. 






   BDes Fashion Design, Ryerson University, 2017

   Theatre Design, Concordia University, 2013

   Pre-Colombian Andina Textiles, UCD, Santiago, Chile, 2012

   Fine Arts DEC, Dawson College, 2011



Production Apprenticeship/ Designer's Assistant, Carola Besasso of DAM Boutique, Buenos Aires, Argentina 2016

Production Apprenticeship/ Designer's Assistant, Laura Siegel, Laura Siegel Collection, Toronto 2015

Rococo Embroidery Apprenticeship, Carolina Gana, Atelier Rococó, Santiago, Chile 2011-2012

Shibori/Fabric-Dyeing Apprenticeship, Textile artist Inge Dusi, Santiago, Chile 2011-2012



   Featured in Not Just a Label's film at the Condé Nast International Luxury Conference,  2018

   Brettons' Designer of the Year Award, 2017

   Thesis Collection shown at TWFW (Toronto Women's Fashion Week), 2017

   Recipient of AGO & HCHC Art Installation Grant for "Taking Roots: Our Canada" Exhibit, 2017

   Finalist in Ryerson’s Mass Exodus Curated Show, 2017

   Ryerson Summer Company Grant Recipient, 2015



   Then Now Next, Mode Canada & Fashion History Museum, Toronto, Canada, 2017 (Group)

   Roots/Raíces, Sur Gallery, Toronto, Canada, 2017 (Group)