the edmond bracelet

10-04-2018

Maison Goyard is entering new creative territories with the Edmond double bracelet.

Inspired by the emblematic Edmond collar, one of the classics from Goyard’s Chic du Chien collection, the Edmond double bracelet reinterprets its aesthetics and artisan codes to offer a unisex accessory that combines minimalism and playfulness.

The very essence of the Maison’s artisanal know-how, the Edmond double bracelet reaffirms its Goyard roots through many trunkmaker details (flat buckle, protective clamp stamped with the Goyard seal, ring loops, top-stitching, etc.) and its very name, a tribute to Edmond Goyard who in 1892 created Goyardine, the very first customised fabric created by a trunkmaker. At the time, he also designed the first collars, leads and bowls for pets with the Goyard signature.

The elegant two materials (the outside in Goyardine, the inside in kip leather) adapts to all wrists with 6 holes for adjusting to the desired size and style.

Elegant and pure by itself, the double bracelet also lends itself to being worn stacked with others, interwoven in a palette of colours as unique and personal as a hand-painted personalisation design by Goyard.

The Edmond double bracelet is available in a standard size and in 11 colours (black, black and gold, white, grey, burgundy, navy blue, sky blue, green, yellow, red, orange), with Palladium detailing.

10-04-2018