“I still feel like a teenager,” remarked designer Jerome Dreyfuss in his recently opened and completely rebuilt Rue Charlot digs. That may be true of the almost 40-year-old designer’s penchant for borrowing his son’s hoodies. But when it comes to his leather goods line, Dreyfuss is all grown up.
The native Parisian has made a name for himself in handbags for his specific take on the modern boho aesthetic, guided by an obsession with American retro-pop culture but seen through the eyes of Frenchman. While his leather goods have expanded into footwear, small accessories, and tech items, Dreyfuss balances the demands of the market and creative vices deftly.