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Lilit’s designs are inspired by art, architecture, and textile itself. Her designs are focused on defining the character and individuality of the wearer that result in meticulously constructed one-of- a-kind custom made pieces.

Lilit’s motto is to translate her customers’ dreams into reality. Lilit’s designs consist of classic elements with added edginess. She favors unusual textile combinations, and unconventional usage of fabrics. Lilit’s philosophy is to find an ideal balance between her customer ideas and her own vision and style.

Lilit has been surrounded by art from early age, as her father is an honorary artist and mother used to be a stage director of the repertoire theater in Yerevan, Armenia. She created her first wearable garment at the age of 11 with much help of her grandmother.

In 1992 Lilit moved to Bulgaria with her family, where she lived and worked through 2006. There she draw her inspiration in rich and versatile culture of Balkans in general, and Bulgarian culture in particular. The many facets of this cultural influence have been reflected in her designs.

In 2006 Lilit moved to USA. She graduated from El Centro Community College in Dallas, Texas in 2011, and continued her studies at the University of North Texas in Fashion Design program, graduating in 2014 with Bachelors degree in Fine Arts. Lilit has established the company under her given name, based in Dallas, Texas..

Among numerous awards stands out the most presigious first place for the Little Red Dress (Fashion Group International 2013, Dallas).

Lilit is an active member of a Fashion Group International (FGI), a global, non-profit, professional organization to benefit the fashion industry.

At the end of 2016 Lilit Matevosyan and her husband desided to relocate to Sofia, Bulgaria for permanent residency. In 2017 she established Modno Atelie Lilit Ltd. (Модно Ателие Лилит ЕООД) that is located at the Vrabcha street in Sofia, Bulgaria.

In The Press


Sofia Green Fashion Days 2017

Колекция Арменски Ренесанс в Sofia Green Fashion Days 2017. Armenian Renaissance collection at the Sofia Green Fashion Days 2017 ">read here. watch here


Mis Armenia Bulgaria 2017, Plovdiv. Мис Армения Булгария 2017, Пловдив

Miss Armenia in Bulgaria 2017 held in Plovdiv Galaxy club. The contestants wore unique designs by Lilit Matevosyan inspired by Armenian traditional costume. read here


Парад на Модата в Плевен. Parade of Fashion in Pleven

На 26ти юни 2017 в град Плевен се проведе 64то издание на Парад на Модата! On 26th of June 2017 in Pleven was held Parade of fashion! read here


Moving to Sofia, Bulgaria

Dear Friends, with a touch of sadness I am happy to announce that we officially moved to Sofia, Bulgaria! I will post my new Bulgarian contacts soon. Until then I will keep my US phone active. Stay tuned to the opening of my new atelier in Sofia!


ArmeniaFest 2016

Armenian Renaissance FW 2016 will be presented at the ArmeniaFest 2016 watch here. Watch Lilit's interview to The Dallas Daily Telegraph TV watch here.


Russian Dallas

Featured in Russian Dallas Newspaper read here


RAW Dallas

In 2014 Lilit presented her collection at RAW Dallas . watch here Here is Lilit's profile on RAW Dallas read here


FGI member's Monday

Featured in Fashion Group International, Dallas, Member's Monday rubric read here


House of DIFFA, Dallas 2016

Lilit participated in 2016 Designer Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS, (DIFFA Dallas) by donating an evening jacket inspired by Freddie Mercury, the frontman of the British rock group Queen. read here Another great article at Fashion Scoop by Stephen MacMillan Moser read here here is the link to the digital program book read here


The Grand Opening of the Atelier

Lilit opened the atelier/studio that is located in the historical Cotton Gin Building on November 2015. read here, read here


Fashion Group International, Dallas Career Day 2013

Lilit participated in Dallas Career Day competition since 2010 as an El Centro fashion design program student, and later as a University of North Texas fashion design program student. In 2013 she designed a red vinyl dress inspired by Russian constructivist artist of 20s Vladimir Tatlin's famous work Tatlin's Tower. She won 1st place in the Little Red Dress category. read here Watch the video read here