Delvaux, a symbol of Belgian luxury.
The House of Delvaux is one of the oldest brands of leather goods in existence. In fact, born in the year 1829, it initially specialised in the world of trunk-making. Boosted by its traditional know-how, the label Delvaux gradually became a truly global reference in the domain of women's handbags. This prestigious brand is, moreover, the proud holder of the very first patent, filed in 1908, in respect of a design of bag of which 3,000 were produced at the time. In 2011, the brand became part of the First Heritage Brands fund, just like Sonia Rykiel. After a dry spell at the Belgian label, French-born Christina Zeller took over the helm of the styling bureau and set about updating the brand's most successful designs from the 1960s and 1970s.
Bags which are recognisable at first glance.
The bags produced by the House of Delvaux are structured and instantly recognisable, thanks to their clasps more than anything. Lately, the most famous designs by the label, like Le Brillant, have been modernised to appeal to a younger clientele and surf the swell of current fashion trends. The know-how and visionary heart of the Belgian fashion house shines through in the collections of bags. Each design is an impressive portrayal of luxury, design, artisanal craftsmanship and creativity.
The creation of bags and accessories devoted to women.
Delvaux does not only produce bags, but also jewellery and accessories for women. Among those, we can find small leather goods, wallets and belts, all of which are extremely high quality.
There are myriad Delvaux accessories on Vestiaire Collective, as well as women's bags. Some of the brand's designs have become must-haves over the years: That is certainly true of the following items: