At the age of 19, Véronique Leroy left her home country Belgium to study at the Studio Berçot in Paris. After graduating, she assisted Azzedine Alaïa where she learnt to develop her architectural sense of garment construction, as well as her own style.
Véronique Leroy plays on the contrast between delicate and strong shapes and fabrics, simplicity and an ultimate level of sophistication. A constant clash, always at the very edge of chic and eccentric but with the exact control to stay incredibly modern. Her hard work paid off; she obtained the ADAM prize twice under the aegis of Pierre Bergé, and the ‘Futur Grand’ prize awarded by the Venus of fashion three times.