Favourite Things: Jerome Dreyfuss

Jerome Dreyfuss, photographed by Matthieu Salvaing, in his Paris office, August 30, 2016

He’s married to Isabel Marant, one of the coolest Frenchwomen on the planet, and has a super-creative son. How cult Parisian accessories designer Jérôme Dreyfuss manages to surprise his family with original gifts each year is anyone’s guess, but with his eponymous under-the-radar brand of luxurious accessories to hand, he surely can’t go far wrong. Add to his vast range of butter-soft leather bags, shoes and accessories a few choice picks—gold and sapphire boho earrings from an Ibiza designer, a piece of iconic mid-century modern furniture, a little something from MoMA—and you’ve got gift-giving gold. He tells us all about it.


A photo by Jean-Paul Goude, whose work I have long admired. jeanpaulgoude.com


My Igor Chevron Patchwork bag, whose size is practical for every lifestyle.  £975, jerome-dreyfuss.com


A new MoMA skateboard for my son, Thal, who, when not creating, is skating. Warhol skateboard, around £162, store.moma.org


A “Batterie”, a new addition to my accessories line. It’s a portable phone charger, wrapped in soft leather. £145, jerome-dreyfuss.com


A piece of coin jewellery made by Thal, who has a real talent for working with his hands


The perennial classic: a Pierre Jeanneret office chair (1955-6). £10,000, magenxxcentury.com


Jewellery by Ibiza designer Natasha Collis. 18ct-gold Sunset sapphire rod earrings, around £3,492, natashacollis.com


A Gérald bag in Moka buffalo: a year-round sophisticated classic. £675, jerome-dreyfuss.com

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Credits: Magen H Gallery (Jeanneret Chair); Jean-Paul Goude (Grace Revised and Updated, Cut up Ekta, New York, 1978, ©Jean-Paul Goude); ©/®/™ The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc./Photo: MOMA Design Store (Skateboards)

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