Moynat – Paris

Moynat is one of the oldest French trunk-makers. Their first atelier was opened in Paris in 1849 by trunk-makers Octavie and François Coulembier.



They joined forces with Pauline Moynat, a specialist in travel goods, to open the first store of avenue de l’Opera. Moynat was one of the very first leather goods houses of its day.



Known for its traditional know-how and skills base in handcrafting made to order luggage and travel goods, the house became famous for its designs for the automobiles, as well as for its technical innovations such as making its trunks lighter and waterproof, and for its notable participation in the various World’s Fairs.

Moynat RejaneIn 1976, Moynat closed its business. It was revived in 2010 by Bernard Arnault with his appointed team Guillaume Davin, president, and Ramesh Nair, artistic director.


To contact Moynat: 348 Rue Saint Honoré |75001 Paris |France
Tel. 01 47 03 83 90 |