LIS BAZAN

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Lis Bazan is a Peruvian Fashion and Textile Designer graduated with honours from Modar’t International Peru - Paris in 2015. Her aim of studying and discovering more about peruvian ancient textile techniques, made her start an on-going research throughout the coast, highlands and jungle of Peru, meeting artisans and communities who taught her diverse textile methods of weaving, knitting, natural dyeing and paintings.

She starting collaborating as a designer for Fashion Peruvian brands such as Escudo and Graciela Huam - which main DNA is the constant investigation of textile and sustainable low fashion, providing among their work a social collaboration with artisans communities.

In 2017 - she won Young Creator Talents - An award created by PromPeru and the Peruvian Minister of Culture and Turism. She was awarded with a Master in Creative Knitwear in Italy held by Accademia Costume & Moda and Modateca Deanna - An Business Course in FIT Beijing - an internship in the Peruvian Yarn Company MICHELL S.A - A partnership and consultant with the Pontificie Universidad Católica del Peru.

In late 2017 she moved to Italy to start the Master in Creative Knitwear. In 2018 as part of the Master, she won a womenswear Industry Project in collaboration with United Colors of Benetton which allowed Lis to internship for them in their Main Head-Quarter at Veneto - Treviso as well as the development of the womenswear collection she designed.

On 2019, she concluded her Master with honours, presenting her projects at Pitti Immagine - Filati at Fortezza the Basso - Firenze. Among the Benetton Project, she presented her personal collection in partnership with Volcar Maglificio SPA, Filpucci SPA Yarns, Blu di Prussia. Finally she developed and presented a Woolmark Fashion and Performance Project along with Napapijri where she designed a sport garment in collaboration with Maglificio SAT, Artemaglia SA, Biella Yarn Suedwolle, Be Mi Va Reflective Yarns, STAFF Ricami.

Lis Bazan is currently collaborating along the Max Mara Group as a knitwear designer in Italy.