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“I enjoy working with visionary people who want to tell extraordinary stories about ordinary characters. I see my work as a quiet and meticulous way to transform imaginary lives into human beings.”

Anne-Aurelie Pillet (call her Lili) is a Los Angeles based Costume Designer.

Born in a small town in Burgundy, France she had an urge to explore the world. She started her career in Paris, designing the action series The Way directed by Camille Delamarre (The Transporter) for Canal+. She brought to life flying ninjas while keeping her feet grounded.

She has worked extensively in London designing commercials for clients such as Lenovo, Maybelline and Panasonic Automotive, while collaborating on various short & feature films; Hip Hop Cafe starring Osy Ikhile (Black Mirror) (BFI 2017), The Sea starring Anna Friel (Marcella) (MANIFF 2019, NBFF 2019) and Benjamin starring Colin Morgan (Merlin) (BFI 2018).

In 2018 she stepped into the NYC indie film world with T11 Incomplete starring Kristen Renton (Sons of Anarchy). She also returned to the stage, working regularly as a Shopper for the Metropolitan Opera in New York and as an Associate Designer with Kaye Voyce on Sea Wall/A Life starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Tom Sturridge at The Public Theater.

She holds a BFA in Fashion Design and a MFA in Costume Design from ENSATT.


“I've worked with Lili on a range of projects and can guaranty that she is a save pair of hands! She has an impeccable sense of style and great flexibility on fast turn around jobs."


"Lili was a great attentive costume designer on my short film Hip Hop Cafe. She’s creative, diligent and with a great eye and attention to detail. I would be very happy to work with her again and highly recommend her."


“Anne-Aurélie's creativity as a designer and a stylist is unmatched. Her ability to see color patterns and tell stories through style provides a necessary aspect to any project that must not be overlooked by Directors and Producers in the industry. She is also a tremendous collaborator allowing her to meld her creative genius well with other creatives of other disciplines."