Cedric Jacquemyn graduated in 2010 from the Antwerp Academy, walking in the footsteps of previous alumni such as Martin Margiela and Ann Demeulemeester. After graduating he decided to start a label under his own name in a continuing artistic dialogue with photographer Yves de Brabander. In January 2011 he presented his first collection The Last Glacier - A/W 2011-12 at Paris Fashion Week in the showroom of pioneering concept store RA. The collection was a continuation on his graduation collection The Last Glacier S/S 2011, based on human impact on nature. Jacquemyn's Glacier collection was inspired by a trip to the glaciers in Iceland.
During London Fashion Week 2012, Jacquemyn was one of the "emerging fashion talents from Belgium" presented by the Flanders Fashion Institute, the British Fashion Council and the British Council, together with over 80 international emerging designers.
In 2014 Cedric Jacquemyn was nominated for the International Woolmark Prize in the categorie "Europe nominees: Menswear".
Cedric Jacquemyn was included at the exhibition "The Belgians, An Unexpected Fashion Story" in 2015 at Bozar, Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels.
In the fifteenth collection Geworfenheit, pt II the label opted to focus for complicated tailoring and premium materials