La vie de Camille is one of an experimental creationista.
Her everyday thoughts can range from adding lavender and sage to a tea cake, organizing an Easter Vintage Tea Party, making the perfect eyelet sundress, decorating her Parisian-style Melrose Place home, going to the Farmer’s Market, and finding precious, languid time for her sweet sensual lover man…
She started experimenting with these loves at a young age, when she would spend the day in the garden, dressing up, playing house and creating a flora-rich stew beside her little play house…..it was the makings of a domestic goddess…
It was while living as a child in the Caribbean, that her love of color, diaphanous fabrications and seductive rhythms of the islands, fused and melded inside her. She dove head-on into her baking while living in the Georgian city of Bath, England, and taking home economics classes while reading old British Romantic prose. In Jane Austen’s Bath, she re-explored her flower-child, hippie side and precocious theatrical costumer, and spending hours at the famous Costume Museum.
Her fascination with the corset and bustier shape came after she spent a year in Paris. Once Paris got into her blood, everything came out hour-glass shaped; cakes, paintings and of course her designs….Camille was always enthralled with fashion. She has taken that love to new levels when she expresses it through her unique and original creations…de Camille