Meryll Rogge started studying Fashion Design in 2005 at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp. She is part of a generation of Academy graduates that is breaking the mould in fashion today. In 2008, Rogge left school to land her dream job by joining Marc Jacobs’ design team in New York. As a Women’s Collection designer she had the opportunity to work on some of his most iconic collections.
Nearly 7 years later, she returned to Antwerp to become Head of Women’s Design at Dries Van Noten. The start of a fascinating collaboration that has lasted for many inspiring years. Today, the creation of Meryll Rogge is a natural evolution of Rogge’s accomplishments and ambitions. Wishing to express something more personal, she set up her studio near her hometown Ghent. In 2021 Rogge received the Belgian Fashion Award for Emerging Designer, and the following year was nominated for the LVMH-Prize 2022.