Japanese photographer Yoshinori Mitsutani's "Tokyo Parrots" against the sunny winter sky inspired our Sunflower print on a steel blue background. The yellow of the autumn sun melts the ice blue... the Indian Sun print brings a breath of fresh air.
For its new collection, La Fée Maraboutée has imagined a nomadic, feminine, adventurous and poetic Muse around the Bandana print. Discover this new print with spicy colours, made from 100% recycled polyester fabric and manufactured in Italy.
At the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge and on the banks of the East River, Dumbo Market is the Alibaba Cave of the 21st century. Discover the geometric Nigel print, evoking a view of the Manhattan skyline as depicted by graphic designer Nigel Peake. Or the XXL floral print Nolita, on pieces to be worn separately or as a total look!
The Garden of Wonders... Giant flowers installed by Petrit Halilaj at the Palacio de Cristal in Madrid. Nature and creation merge, as in the 19th century. Discover the exclusive botanical prints, punctuated with touches of acid pink, which take us on a journey between dream and reality.
Into the Wild
La Fée Maraboutée takes you into a graphic and colourful universe. Discover the Flamboyant print, on an ecovero™ Moroccan viscose crepe and an exclusive Intarsia pattern derived from a knitting technique used to create multi-coloured patterns, made in Italy.
The kilims, these carpets from the Near East the Near East, which transcribe a symbolic vocabulary symbolic vocabulary linked to the history and beliefs of the people from whom they originate, have inspired us to create shimmering prints in warm tones shimmering prints in warm tones, made from materials.
The Chinese province of Yunnan, with its rice terraces mountains, the scent of Osmanthus and the of Osmanthus and its magical forests
inspired us to create the "Yunnan" print with its herons, whose coppery plumage stands out against the green vegetation, printed on a viscose silk voile.