Jérôme Dreyfuss was born in Nancy in 1974. He moved to Paris at the age of 17 to study fashion at l'École Esmode, but left three months later to undertake a work placement at John Galliano. Jérôme launched his debut womenswear collection, Couture à Porter, in 1998, when he was just 23 years old. Bold and elegant, with a quirky sense of humour, it placed the young Paris based designer firmly on the fashion map and prompted the press to pronounce him, “The enfant terrible of French fashion”.
In 2002, the designer decided to focus mainly on leather goods. His soft bags, super light, chic and refined, adorn the outfits of the most trendy Parisian women.
Jérôme Dreyfuss makes a point of honor to select the finest materials and the best craftsmanship for pieces with impeccable details and well-thought finishes.
Each bag is given a name defining their own personality and the spirit of the House : "I like doing things with lightness and naming my bags can bring them to life with humor. ".