Gerard Darel

About the brand

The brand’s adventure began in Paris in 1971, when the couple of Gerard and Danièle Darel decided to create the House of Gerard Darel. Located in the heart of Sentier, the first boutique opened in 1987 in Saint-Germain-des-Prés.
In 1996, Danièle acquired the famous Jacky Kennedy black pearl necklace in an auction, which was reproduced by the brand in several colors. This was a great success for the brand, leading to a report about Gerard Darel on CNN. From here, Gerard Darel began its meteoric rise.
The now iconic 24 Hours bag from Gerard Darel made its debut in 2005 to huge commercial success. In fact, it is so popular that one is sold every two minutes around the world.
With muses such as Charlotte Gainsbourg, Brooke Shields and Robin Wright, the brand is held in high regard as a symbol of chic elegance with the French touch.


The House of Gerard Darel is inspired by the spirit of vintage chic which breathes a timeless life into all of its creations. The designs revisit codes of classic femininity and each ensemble is complimented with timeless accessories. The creative director of the brand, Camille Naim, presents us with a pieces in rich fabrics and supple skins for a definitively luxurious aura.

Spring Summer 2014 Collection

Based on the theme of travel, this collection takes us to Africa with the colours of chocolate, taupe and tobacco as well as natural materials such as linen and raffia in a nomadic chic spirit. This summer we also travel to the tropics with printed leaves, palm trees and hibiscus. It refreshes and delves into this invitation to travel, both lively and appealing. The leather is also bold. The essential "24 hours" is revisited in a mini version. The Divine models, Mini Divine and Dolly are also revisited. There are soft colours such as nude and basswood. Everything is animated with materials such as water snake and natural raffia.

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