La Mécanique des Dessous -Fashioning the Body– Musée des Arts Décoratifs. Paris 2013.
The Life of Marie Antoinette exhibition at the Shimbashi Enbujo Theater, Tokyo 2012. Garments made following the portraits of Marie Antoinette by Louise-Elisabeth Vigée-Le Brun.
Touch-See exhibition at the Galliera Museum, for the artist Marie-Ange Guilleminot. Paris 2015.
For museums and clothing, fashion or costume exhibitions, ATELIER CARACO makes a wide range of works and productions: historic designs - crinoline, corset, boned bodice, stitched stays, bustle, codpiece, panseron, panniers, ruff (La Mécanique des Dessous -Fashioning the Body– Musée des Arts Décoratifs), court gowns with panniers, embroidered ball gown, close-bodied gown, polonaise gown and gaulle made following the portrait of Marie Antoinette by Louise-Elisabeth Vigée-Le Brun (The Life of Marie Antoinette exhibition in Tokyo).
ATELIER CARACO makes also identical reproductions, such as the replica of a whalebone corset for a pregnant woman dating from 1760 (for the artist Marie-Ange Guilleminot in the context of the Touch-See exhibition project for the Galliera Museum).
ATELIER CARACO collects lace, fabrics and needlework items from various epochs and restores models from private collections, houses of haute couture and private individuals, with contemporary or old material.