BOUND FOR BRUTON: Accessories designer Jérôme Dreyfuss is moving to Bruton Street — not far from his wife Isabel Marant’s store. The new shop will span 1,296 square feet and will carry his women’s and men’s collections.
It will be located at 20 Berkeley Square, on the corner of Bruton Street in Mayfair. The space, formerly occupied by Zenith Bank, is a minute’s walk from the Marant flagship on Bruton Street.
Set to open in the spring, the store will be Dreyfuss’ seventh standalone shop, and will stock his full accessories and footwear collection. Like his other shops, the interiors will have a mid-century modern vibe, and feature materials such as wood and concrete.
The designer has recently opened standalone stores in Seoul and Tokyo, and has a total of 20 shop-in-shops worldwide. He sells at stores including Harrods, Liberty, Matches, Net-a-porter.com, and Le Bon Marché, where his label is a top seller.