Jérôme Dreyfuss, partner of the acclaimed designer Isabel Marant, has been in fashion design since the 1990s. His first collection – Couture à Porter (Couture to Wear) – launched in 1998, and its inherent boldness matched with his signature quirkiness and sense of humour quickly earned him the title of the ‘enfant terrible of French fashion’. His trademark handbags, crafted from the softest leather with intricate detailing that elevates them to new highs, are both practical and beautiful. Dreyfuss gives each of his bags a male name, which is his unique way of humanising his timeless designs.
“His trademark handbags are crafted from the softest leather with intricate detailing that elevates them to new highs”