Pierre Henry Bor

Founder and Artistic director

After studying communication, Pierre-Henry Bor, who always wanted to create, decided to learn fashion three years in Istituto Marangoni school.


He was artistic director of a young cashmere house, while still learning in his school.

He worked in prestigious ateliers and fashion houses, in which in learned rigor and to enhance his creativity.

After working in haute couture and ready to wear for Iris Van Herpen in Amsterdam, He worked too, amongst other brands, for Carven for the bags and jewellery.

Thanks to those experiences, he loves details, precision and graphical creations.


Pierre-Henry Bor can be inspired by everything around him: architecture, Paris, embellishments, and even by an attitude: a glamorous girl, but always nonchalant.

The silhouettes are mix between a strong volume, and a precise detail.
The collections celebrate the modern woman: strong, self-confient and who loves partying around the world.

Paris is the perfect illustration of the brand because the monuments are huge and have small details like embroideries; there is international people mixing their cultures and celebrating Paris.


He won different international contests as Podium Jeunes Stylistes in 2014 and recently the french version of Project Runway in 2015 on the D8 channel.

Sarah Loss

Studio director

She follows and helps Pierre-Henry Bor since 2011. She became his muse as soon as they met.


After developing the communication for the brand, Sarah Loss created her fashion Blog: La Mode Est Une Femme, to give a new vision of fashion. 

Her blog will allowed her to be spotted for her sens of fashion and her communication skills, she becomes PR for several brands, then work only for Pierre-Henry Bor Paris in communication and as studio director, when the TV show Project Runway starts.

She is working on PR, and in charge of all the studio organisation, the shootings, events and fashion shows.

Sarah Loss is also the collection manager, and always gives some advice about the creations to sharpen the style.


Her support to Pierre-Henry allows him to innovate and push his bundaries.