Touré places the handmade at the heart of her creative approach, rendering her chosen material precious and delicate through cutting, weaving and embroidering. Her expertise is based on her mastery of rare craft techniques that she employs to propose tailor-made pieces
for major luxury brands, thereby meeting their constant need for creative renewal and innovation.
With her team and through close collaboration with her customers, she forms pieces that range from one-off creations to designs that can be produced on a larger scale. Today, Touré's works are seen in the worlds of interior design, fashion, set design, window design and packaging.
After graduating from the École Duperré in embroidery and then from France's École National Supérieure des Arts Décoratives (ENSAD) in textiles and materials, Touré worked with a variety of prêt-à-porter and couture houses in Paris for six years. Motivated by the desire to find links between paper and craftsmanship, she opened her studio in 2018. As the Eiffel Tower Design Prize winner in 2019, she received funding from the Fondation d'Entreprise Banque Populaire in 2019 and 2020.