This is the first collection of works and work style book by popular embroidery artist Moko Kobayashi (maison des perles).
This book includes haute couture embroidery works by Moko Kobayashi, a popular embroidery artist who runs the embroidery atelier “Maison des Perles,” as well as beaded accessories such as brooches, pins, and earrings using vintage European beads. 454 points were recorded.
The secrets of the cute and unique accessories are revealed, from the daily life of “Maison des Perles” to the behind-the-scenes production process.
Comes with an embroidery pattern drawn by the author.
[table of contents]
Part_1 Works1 Brooch / Pins / Earrings / Necklace
Part_2 Haute couture embroidery
Part_3 Embroidery artist Moko Kobayashi’s past and future
Part_4 Maison de Perle’s workplace
Part_5 Works2 Works / Advertising / Objects / Embroidery Class / Fashion & Interior / Wedding
Special Project 1 One-shot Manga Perles Diary
Special project 2 Newly drawn embroidery design
Special project 2 Detailed list of recorded accessories
- Release Date:
- June, 2018
- SHUFU TO SEIKATSU SHA
Moko Kobayashi (maison des perles)
Embroidery artist. Presided over the atelier “Maison de Perle”. Born in Chigasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture in 1977.
In 1999, she graduated from Bunka Fashion College, Department of Apparel Technology. She worked as a patterner at a clothing maker from 1999 to 2003.
In 2004, she went to France to study haute couture embroidery. She studied techniques at the embroidery school “Ecole Lesage broderie d’Art” in Paris and obtained a diploma. In 2010, she returned to Japan. she started making embroidery accessories in earnest and established “Maison de Perle”.
She also starts a haute couture embroidery class. In 2015, she moved his studio to Nishihara, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo.
In 2016, she went to Paris “Ecole Lesage broderie d’Art” and Rochefort “Atelier begonia d’or” to study interior embroidery and goldwork. Currently, she is widely active in magazines and advertisements, focusing on the production of embroidery accessories using vintage beads.