14 Rue Du Faubourg St Honore
Paris, 75008
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Dominique Sirop

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Dominique Sirop


In 1996 Dominique Sirop decided that it was time to open his maison de Couture.

In July 1997, he was given full membership to the very selective “Chambre Syndicale De La Couture Parisienne” to parade his collection as invited member.

In January 1998 Dominique Sirop signed a license with the Japanese Daimaru Stores for a deluxe Ready-to-wear brand: Dominique Sirop for Daimaru.

Since January 2000, Dominique Sirop is based at 14, Rue Du Faubourg Saint Honoré, an address that inspires refinement.

The Look

Dominique Sirop defines himself as a “minimalist dandy” in that the ideal aesthetics would be the alliance of sophistication and simplicity. This creator ‘s love of fashion and of beauty stems in part from this mother, who was beautiful and a mannequin at a famous couturier.
Dominique Sirop blends tradition of the craft and the proficiency of new materials, in a range of colors and hues, reflecting a sensibility of the daily world and actuality. Architect of geometrical lines, as subtle as rigorous, very futuristic, he invents dresses that pivot around the body to disengage the extreme sensuality the principal motive of his creation.

Who Wears It

Queen Rania of Jordan, Queen Sonja of Norway, Joan Collins, Judith Godreche, Nan Kempner, Marie-Therese Perrin, Hélène David-Weill,

Dominique Sirop Fashion Shows

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