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Referred to as the “The Enfant Terrible of French fashion” due to the elegant quirkiness of his designs, Jérome Dreyfuss broke out into the fashion world in 1998 at the age of 23.

The Henri in Beige Caviar

The Bob in Rust

The Oscar in Python Noir

His website is as fun and bold as his designs: clicking on a bag name to bring up the line will result in a child’s voice reading the text in adorable French accent. What’s not to love?

Jérome Dreyfuss bags can be found in his retail stores in New York, Paris and Taipei.


I love Wednesdays: it’s midweek, you’re not too strung out yet and you’re not too far from the weekend. It’s a win-win day, perfect for nothing-heavy leisure.

  • Another Swedish designer to look out for, whose vintage meets rock’n’roll collections make me want to just book a flight. Ulrika Lundgren is a former stylist who launched her label in 2005 and whose signature quirkiness has been of appeal to stars like Chloe Sevigny, Kate Moss and Sienna Miller.
  • This mango slaw from Smitten Kitchen is the perfect salad for a summertime lunch. If only i could find mangoes ’round here!!

  • Gone green? Makemesustainable is a network and personal trainer that accompanies you on the arduous journey.
  • Currently scrolling through Copenhagen Cycle Chic for its fresh pictures of everyday people on the go, on their bikes, dressed in all manners of chic. After all, we love bikes!

  • Talk about a mission statement! Launched in June 1910 as a newspaper insert aimed at ‘important men in all departments of women’s wear’. That it is still around and that it has risen to meet today’s markets is an incredible feat.