Working with one of the most elusive element ~ Light ~ Thierry Dreyfus creates dreams and sees the bigger picture from different angles.
As Suzy Menkes writes, “In collaboration with fashion designers from Helmut Lang through Calvin Klein and Dior Homme’s Hedi Slimane, Dreyfus, has pushed the boundaries of runway modernity. And from his Paris studio, he creates lighting objects that have become collectors’ items.’’
Art director, producer and light designer since 1985, Thierry Dreyfus has created unique and memorable atmospheres for the fashion industry. Co-producing exclusively with Eyesight Group ~ Europe & USA – based company ~ he has used his artistic instincts to imagine designs in lighting and staging, befitting the vision of each design house.
Over the years, his lighting/set design have gained a worldwide recognition and imprinted the identity of the most prestigious fashion catwalks as Dior, Off-White, Jil Sander, Comme des Garçons. He designed and produced the Yves Saint Laurent 40th year retrospective Haute Couture show in 2002 at the Centre Pompidou, as well as Raf Simons, Acne Studios, Victoria Beckham collection shows.
In 2011, he also has been invited by British magazine Wallpaper* to create a fashion series of 10 exceptional covers for its November issue.
In addition, Thierry Dreyfus designs permanent light installation on historical or contemporary edifices and he creates lamps named “Elements of Light”. As photographer, he records, through his images, the “characters of light”. After a first photographs book published at Editions du Regard, a new volume is being edited.