Graduated from the Fashion department at La Cambre (ENSAV) in Brussels in 1994, Eric Beauduin won firstprices at the international designer contest in Hyères (France) for his men’s collection in 1993 and for his accessory (shoes) collection in 1994.

He presented his own collection with Anne Masson (Textile Department,La Cambre) at the Paris Fashion week biannually between 1995 and 1998. This shoe andclothing collection for men and women (Beauduin-Masson) was sold in Japan, the US, France and other countries.

Throughout his career, Eric has designed for such accessory brands as Delvaux, Manuella Pollini, BXL, Camper, Christophe Coppens, n.d.c. He also taught fashion and accessory design at La Cambre Brussels from 1995 to 1996, and at Institut Français de la Mode (Paris) from 2013 to 2015. 

In 2000, he launched his own collection of unique bags made out of recycled materials. This original concept, the first beginnings of green fashion, was sold in Belgium, Japan, the US, France and other countries.

In 2013, he opened his flagship store in Brussels, where he designs and creates his collections on-site. Since his opening, he has invited many designers (Isabelle Lenfant, Isabelle Baines, Espèces, Olivia Hainaut, and Pam&Jenny) to work with him on joint collaborations that are prominently displayed in his shop.