Rouette Souple Bag

The Rouette souple bag is Maison Goyard’s expression of the very essence of modularity as there are 22 different ways of wearing it thanks to its sliding strap, gussets and magnetic leather flap. It will go with every mood and every style and can change and transform throughout the day.

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how to wear

  • Shoulderbag

    The leather strap slides between four metal eyelets so the Rouette bag can be worn over the shoulder. Thanks to this clever system, it can be worn short or long to suit your mood.

  • Crossbody bag

    The leather strap slides between four metal eyelets so the Rouette bag can be worn across the chest. Thanks to this clever system, it can be worn short or long to suit your mood.

  • Shoulderbag

    The leather strap slides between four metal eyelets so the Rouette bag can be worn over the shoulder. Thanks to this clever system, it can be worn short or long to suit your mood.

  • Shoulderbag

    The leather strap slides between four metal eyelets so the Rouette bag can be worn over the shoulder. Thanks to this clever system, it can be worn short or long to suit your mood.

HOW TO WEAR

Cross Body 

The leather strap slides between four metal eyelets so the Rouette bag can be worn across the chest. Thanks to this clever system, it can be worn short or long to suit your mood.

Shoulderbag style 

The leather strap slides between four metal eyelets so the Rouette bag can be worn over the shoulder. Thanks to this clever system, it can be worn short or long to suit your mood.

The art of packaging by Goyard

Our products come in a green Goyard gift box or a yellow Goyard cover, ready to be gifted.

Inspiration

The Rouette bag pays tribute the Goyard family’s original trade of log drivers from generation to generation. The “rouettes” were the soft branches that tied the rafts of wood together for transport to Paris.

inspiration

INSPIRATION VISUAL Rouette Souple Bag

The Rouette bag pays tribute the Goyard family’s original trade of log drivers from generation to generation. The “rouettes” were the soft branches that tied the rafts of wood together for transport to Paris.