Zadig & Voltaire, a rock'n'roll brand that designs not only clothing but very successful bags too.
Zadig & Voltaire is a French fashion brand which saw the light of day in 1997 thanks to its founder Thierry Gillier. It is above all a family affair since the founder is no other than the grandson of André Gillier, who is himself the founder of the French brand Lacoste. Its name inspired by the title of a successful novel, the label Zadig & Voltaire is aimed at modern men and women who love beautiful, high-quality products. One of the label's specialities is jersey clothing with meticulous cuts and an overall look that is casual and rock'n'roll. After the success of their clothing lines, Zadig & Voltaire decided to turn their attention to accessories, with a particular focus on shoes and bags.
Accessories with a style all their own, chic with a rock'n'roll vibe.
Among the accessories developed by the successful brand, you can find footwear and bags. The latter illustrate the label's style with handbags, clutches and crossbody bags made of soft, very high-quality leather. The look is elegant with a rebellious streak. Features of the most popular items often include the colour black alongside fringes and chains. Python prints are also present, which lends a slightly wilder edge. Mini formats or larger, the idea is to adapt to the needs of the clientele and propose luxury products at affordable prices. The recipe for the success of these accessories lies in a blend of classic and more trendy influences.
An internationally-known brand you can find online on the Vestiaire Collective website.
The contribution made by stars to the popularity of a brand among the wider public cannot be underestimated and that is where Eva Longoria and Sean Lennon came in for Zadig & Voltaire. Vestiaire Collective customers know where to go to find the most gorgeous bags by Zadig & Voltaire to enhance any outfit at a reasonable price.
For a look that is chic but casual, you can always count on the exceptionally designed bags created by the label Zadig & Voltaire, including the following: