January 8th, 2008, 12:06 AM #1
Jerome Dreyfuss Bernard and Twee Mini Cross Body Bag
January 8, 2007
Designer Jerome Dreyfuss Bernard Handbag
This bag is super cool and is dressed in textured-leather, 3 main compartments, lined interior with a 6" zipper pocket and key ring, plus if you need a little extra room, simply unzip the wrap around zipper and whalah, increased capacity.
Price $745 @ Shop Bop
Designer Jerome Dreyfuss Twee Mini Cross Body Bag
The super supple Twee Mini is designed in the signature textured leather with a patch pocket on each side, magnetic-snap closure at front flap with a mirror under flap, adjustable shoulder strap for cross-body or shoulder bag style, and a lined interior with 3 card slots and key ring.
Price $409 @ Shop Bop
We here at Bag Bliss have fallen head-over-heels for french designer Jerome Dreyfuss. For those of you who aren't familiar with this designer, below is a great interview with the handbag designer that was published some time ago in Elle. A member of thefashionspot was nice enough to translate it from French to English.Your first fashion desires?
I got into this career to flirt with girls. I was super shy and asked them if they wanted to come try dresses at my place. One morning, I got to my office and it was incredible, Naomi, Claudia, Nadja Auermann sitting in the stairs and waiting to try on clothes and I hadn't even booked a meeting.
When I begun, we were immersed in the minimalist era, an austere fashion, very dark, a little gothic, anyway hyper minimalistic and here I was with my images of fashion that made me dream when I was a kid, and that was Alaya, Mugler, Montana.
Accessories were a desire. I thought girls' consumption habits had changed. Bags became the silouhette's essential element, which it was not before.
Innovations for the spring-summer collection?
The shapes are still a bit "loose", bags that slouch, all soft, in which you can put a lot of things, that are rather large. About the range of colours, there is an emerald green that works really well.
Your sources of inspiration?
I work for my wife and my friends, for girls of my generation who are on the go, work and have children.
My leathers are as soft as a baby's buttocks, and babies' bottocks are really soft!
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