Quebec City based artistic director, Rudy Bois, was born in Trois-Pistoles, Quebec, Canada. It’safter his Paris internship in fashion marketing that he reconnected with his childhood passion for designing womenswear. Rudy Bois launched his first high-end ready-to-wear collection under the label RUDYBOIS for the spring summer 2013 season. Success was immediate. This debut collection gave the brand a window through the international fashion press.
RUDYBOIS designs have been featured in Elle Canada, Elle Québec, Dress To Kill, Fashion Magazine, LOULOU Magazine as one of the top Canadian brands, in Clin D’Oeil Magazine and several mainstream fashion publications.
Many public personalities have wornRUDYBOIS, such as actress Karine Vanasse, international fashion model Pamela Bernier, TV host Véronique Cloutier, singer Marie-Mai and TV host Geneviève Borne.
The firstRUDYBOISrunway show featuredthe Spring Summer 2015 collection. It was presented on October 22nd 2014at the World MasterCard Fashion Week of Toronto. In February 2015, the FASHION Magazine Toronto Fashion Week Awards crown RUDYBOIS for People's Choice for Best Collection Spring Summer 2015.
Rudy Bois’ aestheticshines throughRUDYBOIS brand, which is timeless, dramatic, chic, symmetric and pure. Each piece is handmade in Canada using the finest textiles from around the world.
On May 2015, he launched a drawings collection. He says: ‘’Since I’m young, I sketch eyes and human faces. I’m obsessed with their structures and geometric. I’ve recently seen a craze about some sketches a while ago.’’ So I officially launch a collection of sketches called '' FAIRE VISAGE ''. Each drawing is unique and realized by his left hand! FAIRE VISAGE is an ode to the geometry of the face, to the mathematic and asymmetric aspects of beauty. The eyes are the only window through the soul and the marks left by time.
He is also fashion columnist on TV show À 4 Épingles, broadcasted on MaTV channel. Now, you can see the art installation "Des visages tournés vers l'avenir," presented at the Complexe les Ailes (Montreal), from March 2016 to 2017, and directed by Rudy Bois, in collaboration with Les Évadés and Ivanhoé Cambridge.