In the center of the creative world of Pascale Monvoisin, "elsewhere" has a place of choice, maybe because she has been a stewardess, in her young years. Between Buenos Aires and Bangkok, San Francisco and Rio, or Delhi and Tokyo, she filled her imaginary with colors, atmospheres, paintings, and sharpened her sense of beauty. Fond of underground culture, she dedicated her stopovers to museums and art galleries, to renowned places or confidential routes. African alleys, anonymous bars in Los Angeles, as well as the contemplation of a Rauschenberg or a Rothko, led her to this freedom of creativity. All these light and free energies helped her to move forward and dare expressing herself. As a modest and instinctive young woman, she spent all her free time practicing at the Fine Arts... She drew, modeled, painted and played with the nuances of materials and the shades of colors. One day, almost naturally, she made a ring with 1930's pearls found on a flea market. Set as a sculpture, the jewel attracted lust; so did her bracelet and her necklaces. Her first inspired pieces were acclaimed and in 2009, she decided to launch her first collection.