Laura was born in Buenos Aires, on the 26th of October, 1966. She started sewing at the age of five. At fifteen se studied with a private tutor and then she attended the Donato and Delego Academy.

She moved to New York, in 1996, with her husband. There she worked at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

In March 1998 they moved to London, where she attended different fashion related courses at the London College of Fashion and at the Sewing School of Liberty of London. On the other hand, she was a volunteer at the Victoria and Albert Museum.

She worked for Bruce Oldfield and Catherine Walker, specializing in the hand finishing of their couture and bridal collections.

Laura started millinery at the Kensington and Chelsea College, attending different courses and finally obtaining the City and Guilds in Millinery.
She had her own atelier where she catered for her international clientele for Ascot hats and social events.

In April 2004, as a part of the “Inspired by the V&A” competition, a hat of hers was chosen to be displayed at the museum.
She did work experience with milliner Noel Stewart.

She moved back to Argentina with her family in March 2006, where she started her collaboration with local designers such as Zitta, Vero Ivaldi, Laura Valenzuela, Sylvie Burstin, Laurencio Adot and Pablo Ramírez among others.

At her atelier in Lomas de San Isidro, Laura makes exclusive “one off” hats and headpieces for brides, mother of the bride and social events worldwide.
Using traditional materials, each piece is made by hand to a very high standard, emphasizing its design, elegance and impeccable finishing.
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