On the 7th - 11th of November, Amalie showcased two collections the first being Enlightenment and the second one a collaboration with Artist Hatty Pedder called The Zayed Al Khair Collection with Hunar Art Gallery at the Illustrious Abu Dhabi Art Fair.
Amalie launched Artisans with her business partner Artist Hatty Pedder, which will encompass all future collections.
Amalie showcased her “For You II” collection with Hunar Art Gallery at Abu Dhabi Art Fair.
Amalie had her first Solo exhibition in Dubai at Yadawei Gallery where she showed nine large pieces from her “For You” collection.
Amalie Collaborated with H.E. Mr Khalid Seddiq and his gallery Etihad Modern Art Gallery and Designed T-Shirts as well as Stationary using her illustrations for Emirates Red Crescent.
Amalie’s first book “For You” got published by Balboa Press a division of Hayhouse one of the biggest publishing companies in the U.K. and in The U.S. For You is now available to purchase internationally on Amazon, on Balboa Press and in several bookshops.
Amalie won the Grazia award and showcased her collection in Dubai at Madinat Jumeirah, and was invited to meet with Vogue Italy.
Amalie won the Vogue and Fashion Forward award for best upcoming Middle Eastern designer of the year and was asked to showcase her work during Dubai Fashion Forward on April 2013.
Amalie launched her first semi couture women’s wear collection called the Flamingo Collection AW13 on the 18th of February at London’s Bulgari Hotel where the ball room was transformed into a Lagoon with reeds to mimic the Flamingo’s habitat. More then 600 guests arrived. To view the show and the collection you can visit www.tresorssauvages.com .
Amalie had two of her paintings exhibited at L'Opera, Knightsbridge.
Amalie donated a percentage from the proceeds of three of her paintings to support former Arsenal Legend Sol Campbell's charity, Kids Go live.
Amalie was chosen by Fn Designs, a graphics design company based in Dubai, as one of the 30 artists to design a Skate board for the event FAKIE, which was exhibited on the 19th of January 2012 at Tashkeel.
Amalie participated in a project set by the Belgian Tourist Office called The First and the Last, about commemorating sacrifices made in the Great War 1914-18. Her art piece for this project was showcased in the OXO gallery and the Swiss Cottage Library gallery.
Amalie did a collaboration with one of the Middle East’s well known fashion designers, Khaleda Rajab, from Bahrain, creating hand drawn illutrated scarves, the collection was available in several boutiques in Fall 2012-2013.