download the registration form

and send it back by email to: info@lamaisondecouture.be or by post to:
lamaisondecouture, 211 Boulevard Auguste Reyers, 1030 Brussels.




Within the fashion world, haute couture is a beacon; it fascinates all audiences, and today, even more than yesterday, stars choose extraordinary dresses, which contribute to their success;


These exceptional creations require exceptional know-how .


This know-how is at the heart of LMDC’s programs.


The diploma of stylist-modeler-couturier(e) includes:


  • 1 Preparatory cycle (6 weeks) for beginners
  • Two years of training (elementary and advanced levels).


  • You will learn design techniques used for creating 3D models, through the techniques of flat cutting and draping.
  • you will learn how to become creative : what is the secret of generating new ideas; what’s behing inspiration? how to increase you creative faculties
  • You will develop your own sense of proportions, volumes, materials, fabrics, colors…
  • you will learn about fabrics, their characteristics, their use,
  • you will learn fashion drawing by hand and how to use the Illustrator programme on computer


Number of hours courses per year:

1st year: 525 h

2nd year: 645 h



Students who have successfully completed the assignments required in the above program may decide to deepen their knowledge by participating in the MA Luxe et Haute Couture

The MA Luxe et Haute Couture is a professional cycle of specialization in Haute Couture;

It includes teachings in patternmaking and sewing of 3rd level (superior)

2nd year: Advanced level



  • Fashion design 3h/week
  • Fashion drawing 3h/week
  • Sewing – 3h/week
  • Patternmaking- 3h/week
  • Hats 6h/week –1st semester
  • Hand embroidery 3h/week –2nd semester



The tuition fee is EUR 7,500 per year (EUR 7,200 + EUR 300 registration fee*) and is to be paid as follows:

  • 300 EUR + 1500 EUR or 1800 EUR (Deposit) when registering,
  • EUR 2850 (second payment of fees before 1 January 2023)
  • EUR 2850 (third payment of fees before 1 March 2023).

Bank details of the fashion house

ING: 363-0681393-08 –

IBAN: BE63363068139308 – BIC: BBRUBEBB


For international payments, the transfer fees are the responsibility of the student.

Registration fees: this amount covers general administrative costs as well as the individual insurance taken out by the school in the event of an accident on the school grounds.




En Belgique, les écoles privées ne peuvent pas délivrer des diplômes d’État.


Le cursus proposé par lamaisondecouture équivaut à un cursus professionnel organisé autour d’un enseignement fondamental en deux ans qui peut être complété par un enseignement de spécialisation en Haute Couture en 1 an


  • Lamaisondecouture does not accept cheques. Tuition fees must be paid to the school’s bank account. For international transfers, bank charges are the responsibility of the client.
  • The tuition fees remain as announced at the time of registration during the full program (except for repeaters of 1st year if the price were to increase) unless inflation were to exceed 5% annually in which case these fees would be indexed.
  • As the number of pupils admitted to enrolment each year is limited, full tuition fees are due even in the event of abandonment or exclusion from classes.



Fill up the applicationform

Attach to the application form a letter of motivation written in French or English describing the reasons why the candidate chose this field of study, what his or her expectations are with regard to this training and what he/she believes his/her ability to succeed in this field are.

Attach to the above documents a fileallowing to apprehend the personal universe of the candidate ; this file may include the following elements (as an indication): collages of images and texts, videos, photographs of personal creations, ranges of colors, materials, styles…

Attach a copy of an ID and a recent photo.


Return the entire file to the following address :

Lamaisondecouture – Admissions – 211 Auguste Reyers Blvd – 1030 Brussels



En Belgique, l’assurance maladie individuelle est obligatoire.

Therefore, the student must register for the individual insurance (called mutual insurance in Belgium) of his choice.

In the event of a health problem, he can then consult a doctor and be reimbursed a large part of the medical expenses incurred.


Foreign students from the E.U.E. will first contact the social security institution of their country (European card) and then a Belgian mutual insurance company of their choice.

Medical expenses will be reimbursed directly without delay. Only a mandatory additional contribution is required.



Candidates who:

  • have already taken a course in dressmaking, pattern making or
  • have skills in the above areas

may attempt to be admitted directly in the 2nd year of the diploma. To do this, they must participate in a day of tests that will aim to validate their skill level.

Candidates who have passed the tests, must, to validate their registration in the 2nd year, register for the PREPARATORY CLASS in sewing and patronage which takes place from the end of August to the beginning of October; this registration is mandatory.

Applicants who have not been selected will be invited to register in the first year.