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Jean Paul Gaultier
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A caravan at the end of a road, a Babushka scarf, cherry blossoms in Kyoto, a boat that drifts silently, perhaps on the Mekong, a siesta in Indonesia or under the glass roof of the Grand Palais, night falling on a country lake, glimpses of faces, pieces of ripped up posters ....
Patterns from the other side of the world or the garden.
Dreams of departures, encounters, discoveries and returns.
Voyages Voyages is a collection that brings together, sometimes matches, always intertwines, parts of lives and dreams.
Yokata, beneath a traditional exterior and with discreetly glossy background, imparts an entirely delicate fantasy, even with its myriad colours.
Slightly faded colours and hints of gold evoke a unique sense of nostalgia, energised by graphic square-like strokes.
Quite simply filtered light, golden or metallic, in an interlacing of stained glass windows and stars, a game of gloss and matt, creating a surprising graphic effect.
Impressive Festival is an explosion of colours and delights, in an ode to spring, dazzling and limitless, as in a dream, on a panoramic wallpaper.
Like a gouache, a thin line on a glossy background that evokes and recalls encounters.
As if perched on the branches of a cherry tree cloaked in gold or on a bed of sun soaked violets, we move gingerly from the effervescence of spring to the sweetness of the in-between seasons.
On a satin background, a velvet flock highlights the outlines of a portrait gallery.
See fragments of life again and again, a display of memories reinvented without moderation.
The satiny softness of those traditional outfits seen in Kyoto, but with the robustness of a lampas that is just as traditional.
Sakura evokes classic tapestries with the photographic spirit of art; its lightness and its unexpected suppleness mean it will adorn any spot, from the window to the sofa.
On a small piece of jacquard, a spring flower, discreet and miniaturised, plays the false plain with tenderness, as indispensable as the Obi, the belt centrepiece of the traditional kimono.
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Plush, soft, velvety with the prints of a scarf of yesteryear; despite its appearance of delicacy, Babouchka reveals itself to be highly durable.
Stripped back to the essentials, right down to the pixels, modernising the classic peony, robust despite the delicacy of the damask.
Dreamed or real, on satin jacquard, these looks penetrate deeply, unwittingly, and become indelible in your memories...
Métropolitain, printed on a cotton satin, invites you to curl up on a sofa that tells you stories, with curtains that speak to you and cushions that soothe you.
Evocative of the tweed so beloved of couturiers and reminiscent of the Embossed wallpaper (3315). With its wide range of colours, Escale discreetly accompanies each of the patterns in this collection, where each shade finds its partner.
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