Originally from Savage, Minnesota Harielle Atana-Lindor specialises in Menswear.
Harielle previously studied Fashion Sportswear at the London College of Fashion. During her studies she has gained a range of skills and disciplines. Collaborating with other artists within her own practice, as well as working for other designers, such as Liam Hodges. Throughout her experiences so far, Harielle has developed a number of skills across what is considered “traditional fashion”.
These skills include research and development, indesign, illustrator, photoshop, pattern making, tailoring and CAD. As well as craft skills such as crocheting.
Harielle has taken her time at the Royal College of Arts to build on these skills but also explore other forms of making. Continuing her collaborative processes with other makers as well as further developing her engagement with her own practice through garment making and artefacts.
Her collaborations include working with Haiti based metal artisans Rony Jacques and Serge Jolimeau, audio creator Dechie, jewellery designer Jess Ens, and visual artist, Royal College alumni Max Sho. All of which have helped her further develop her own practice in a variety of ways.