Sakina M'Sa got her training in Marseilles and was spotted by Maryline Bellieud-Vigouroux. She manages the development of her labels, Sakina M'Sa and Blue Line, which have values of solidarity.
Founder of the concept store Front de Mode, she was the first student to whom the MMMM gave a grant for her fashion studies in Marseilles.
After two years of silence, she is back at the forefront of the creative scene, after having given the management responsibilities for her companies to Antoine Leneuf in December 2015.
Delegating the control of her labels to someone else has provided time for some innovative collaborations, particularly with Beton Ciré with their "miki breton", which is half bonnet, half cap; and with the Galerie de l'Opéra de Paris for whom she has produced a limited edition of sweatshirts "Gamins d'Opéra".
Her taste for creation also translates into organising "Do It Yourself" workshops, and two monthly events to promote young labels.