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Mathilde Vallantin Dulac [set designer]

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Coperni X Puma campaign
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Chanel Beauty campaign
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Vogue World 2024 Show
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Styled by Elodie David

Radiant 02 Issue

Styled by Sissy Vian

Coperni holiday campaign
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shot by Charly Gosp, creative direction by May Be

Styled by Charlotte Collet

Anne Isabella fw22 presentation
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Set design for Anne Isabella FW22 presentation at Palais de Tokyo. Mathilde Vallantin Dulac has imagined a domestic fragment of Anne Isabella's universe that the public can enter.

This apartment is the Paris/Berlin fiction in which Mathilde invited Anne Isabella and the public to share a coffee, to the sound of Nao Never's vinyl records and the smell of Tij's paper flowers.

Art direction by Laëtitia Leporcq

Zara campaign with Mario Sorrenti
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Styled by: Elodie David

project 001
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Styled by Georgia Pendlebury

A collaboration with Jean-Michel Bertin.

This series is about fragments of domestic life. Mathilde worked on the realistic details of daily life, to capture the interior that kept the traces of their inhabitants. 

Jacquemus collaboration
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A collaboration with Jules Moskovtchenko 

Mathilde was asked to brand « Jacquemus » to daily life elements that then got printed on one of the pièces of the SS20 menswear collection. 

Bound Magazine editorial
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Theme of this project was « humanoïd ». Mathilde created tiny domestic elements, to compose and recreate stage-like scenarios in an almost doll house scale. 

Lanvin campaign
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Shot by Charly Gosp

Villa Kujoyama exhibition
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A Kyoto Paris showroom, in collaboration with Zoé Quentel

This Paris exhibition space is designed to present the projects of the textiles residents from the Villa Kujoyama (Kyoto).


Mathilde Vallantin Dulac is a set designer based in Paris.

After studying fashion design and working as a designer at Acne Studios, she started her career in set design assisting Jean-Michel Bertin. Mathilde now works as a set designer and props stylist for both advertising and editorials, collaborating with big names of the industry such as Mario Sorrenti and Oliver Hadlee Pearch. She also works on mise en scène and art shows, which allow her to explore her love for crafty designs and develop her endless creativity.

Clients include: APC, Chanel, Dior, Jacquemus, Hermès, Paco Rabanne, Zara among others.

Publications include: Harper's Bazaar, M le Monde, Self Service, How To Spend It.