The story of the Maison Moreau, a former manufacturer of luxury leather goods and travel cases , began in the early nineteenth century.
Following in the footsteps of Martin-Guillaume Biennais, the master cabinetmaker for Napoleon the 1st, and of a succession of artisans, layetiers and trunk makers, the Maison Moreau moved to the prestigious address of 283, rue Saint-Honoré in 1882.
It remained there until the early twentieth century, when it ceased trading. In 2011, the Maison ROVNOFF, the creation of Veronika Rovnoff, decided to bring the MOREAU brand back to life.
In 2012, Maison Rovnoff opened the "Moreau-Paris” boutique at 4, rue de Miromesnil in Paris and released a new collection of sophisticated luxury luggage and bags under the brand name MOREAU-PARIS.
The iconic symbol of the brand represents the value, skill and perfectionism with which each Maison Moreau model is created.
This new timeless collection of superior leather goods and luggage, designed by Fedor Georges Savchenko, has been created bearing the historic Moreau insignia, from high quality leather, which will age over time to give each bag a unique patina of charm and authenticity.