At a very young age, fashion imposed itself on him through a lot of sketches and drawings. He joined the Beaux-Arts de Troyes, then went on to Paris at the Duperré School of Applied Arts and the French Fashion Institute, from which he graduated in 2001. During his first internship at Givenchy, he charmed them, to the point that he was kept on for three years. After three further years spent with Serge Cajfinger at Paule Ka, he was hired by the House of Carven to renew the image of this sleeping beauty. The fashion world, starting with the press, was immediately enthusiastic about his first collection, elegantly simple, chic, and practical at the same time. Guillaume Henry is now at the helm of the House of Patou, which he awakens by offering a new emotional dimension to the female wardrobe.