In 1987, she graduated from the Studio Bercot school of fashion.
From 1987 to 1989 she was an assistant stylist at Azzedine Alaïa.
Alongside her work at the Azzedine studio, she spent her spare-time creating a collection which would win her the Helena Raviist prize in 1989 and secure her place as laureate of the Canette d’Or in Brussels.
In the same year, she started working for Martine Sitbon as assistant stylist.
She continued her personal projects and won the prix Courtelle, in 1990, the year that Thierry Mugler was president of the jury.
It was then that Véronique decided to start up a business in her own name. She launched her first collection in 1991 during Paris fashion week (prêt à porter).
She quickly established international fame with the press and with prestigious buyers.
Twice, in 1991 and 1994, she was laureate of la bourse de l’Andam du Ministère de la Culture.
Three times, during the launches of the Autumn/Winter 1993/1994, Spring/Summer 1995 and Autumn/Winter 1996/1997 collections, she was awarded the prize “futur grand” for new talent in the Vénus de la Mode category.
Constant attention to detail, material and proportions are the hallmarks of her unique work.
Véronique Leroy opened her first shop in October 2005, at 10 rue d’Alger in the 1st arrondissement in Paris.
In September 2005, she launched a new swimwear collection for Spring 2006.
She has been consultant stylist for Maison Léonard during 8 years until October 2011 for the Spring/Summer 2012 collection.
She is currently the main consultant stylist for the brand Mus.