vor 3 years

There are items that we like, and there are items that we love.

There are items we collectively laugh over, bond over, swoon over, and there are definitely pieces we are singularly obsessed with.

Certainly, the frech chic is something we all collectively obsess over. The charm, the ease and the nonchalant grace – it is all so appealing. The simply yet elegant aesthetic is truly mastered by many but no one does it like the frech-favorite Jérôme Dreyfuss. And we are already in love with his exquisite craftsmanship, clever design details and timelessly elegant collections.

The handbags by the French designer gained cult status in France long ago. For almost 20 years they have been part of the Parisian street scene – just like the iconic bistro chairs and the magnificent facades of the french capital. There is hardly a Parisian with an awareness of beautiful things, who does not have at least one model of their own. 

With there being seemingly endless options of bags and shoes available, it becomes immediately clear that Dreyfuss has mastered the art of timeless design. Yet despite the clear design language of every piece, each one is instantly recognisable as one of his brand and a true matter of the heart on top of that.  

This season, shortly before the 20th anniversary of the Parisian design house, Jérôme Dreyfuss is launching a very close-to-the-heart capsule collection, based on and inspired by his friends and as an homage to the origins of his fashion house. His bags, designed to meet the demands of their owner – stylistically and functionally – are not only helpful companions but also capture the effortless Parisian chic in every fiber of the design.

Translated into design, this means: three different bags, each in different color nuances, who couldn’t be more individual and different. Be it for a drink and an exciting night through the streets of Paris or a relaxing stroll on the Avenue des Champs Élysées – Dreyfuss’ capsule collection is certainly a perfect fit for every occasion.
Did you fall in love too?

Images: Courtesy of Lottermann and Fuentes
Visual contribution: Bastian Hagn

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