Dominique Sirop joins the House of Yves Saint Laurent at the age of 17. He then assists Hubert de Givenchy for 12 years. From 1989 until 1996, he designs for Hanae Mori. In 1989, he publishes a book on the Paquin Maison de Couture, followed in 1994 by a book on Jacqueline Delubac.
In September 1996, Dominique Sirop decides that time has come for him to open his own Couture house; self financed DS. Dominique Sirop. He then lives in a dream like romantic alley behind the Moulin Rouge. His19th century mansion includes a miniature theatre where the famous actor Antoine used to rehears.
As recognition of his talent, not even 1 year after the creation of his house, the prestigious Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture parisienne decides in July 1997 to give him full membership.
In January 1998, he opens a ready to wear brand in Japan for the DAIMARU shops: DOMINIQUE SIROP for DAIMARU.
In January 2000, he works in partnership with Cartier for his winter collection and organises a happening chic "in the prestigious salons of the rue de la paix.
Since January 2000, he works in his new atelier on the 14th rue du Faubourg Saint Honore.
Activities and Brands
For Fall 2012 designers are inspired by a wide range of influences, from the elaborate details of brocade and metallic gold embellishments to the dynamic mix of military chic and power pantsuits. Colo