The Oldest Fine Leather Goods House in the World
Founded in 1829, Delvaux is a truly Belgian brand. In fact, it was even born before the Kingdom of Belgium, which was only established one year later, in 1830. Created in Brussels by the innovative Charles Delvaux, a Maison has remained at the forefront of luxury leather goods for nearly two centuries because of its savoir-faire, uncompromising craftsmanship and the outstanding quality of its creations.
An Unconventional Spirit
By 1875, Belgium had the highest density of rail networks in the world. Visionary and pragmatic, the Brussels-based luggage maker foresaw the travel revolution approaching. Realising that women would want to keep their precious belongings at hand during their travels, Delvaux filed its first patents for handbags in 1908.
Steeped in the spirit of Belgian surrealism, la Maison Delvaux brings a witty approach to all its creations, infusing each design with an unconventional and original touch. The first luxury leather goods house in the world is unlike any other. In the hands of its highly skilled leather artisans, Delvaux bags become genuine works of art.
Delvaux has a long and rich history. More than 3,000 handbag designs have been created since 1829. To this day, every new creation continues to be described, sketched and catalogued in Delvaux’s Golden Book, the “Livre d’Or”.
Client: Delvaux 
Production: Caviar 
Director: Marie Wynants 
Producer: Julie Bosteels 
D.O.P: Sander Vandenbroucke 
Edit: Joris Willems
Sound: Sonhouse feat. Sylvie Kreusch

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