Coming from Epernay, Angélique Zrak joined in 2004 the ESAA Duperré School of Paris. After being graduate of a BTS - a two years technical degree of fashion design -, she won the young SEMA prize of the city of Paris in 2009 for the creation of exceptional weaves.
Her 6 years strong experience as textile designer and responsible of a fabric collection for Haute Couture for the Hurel Company leaded her to develop fabrics for luxury and big houses such as Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Pamela Roland, Christopher Kane, Prabal, Pringle of scotland, Jason Wu, Christian Siriano, Tia Cibani, Altuzara, Brock Collection, Baja East, Oscar de la Renta…
In 2016, she decided to devote herself with passion to her know-how, the weaving, and to give it a modern dimension. She likes to play with colors and materials, and to design surprising and sparkling fabrics. While following her researches around the yarn, she develops unique accessories, clothing and textiles pictures.
In addition to her weaving work, she collaborates with houses such as Erès, Séricyne, Diane von Furstenberg, Marina Studio as a seamstress, upholsterer or embroiderer.
In 2017, she joined the Ateliers d'Art de France and obtained the label "made in Paris" in 2018.