Relations arise from the combination of two fine linen threads of different colour woven together, entwining seemingly different fibres in a perfect mixture of design and colour.
The collection’s bold colours have been inspired by nature and embody the heart of Spring and Summer. The first tone is Citrus, a bright green reminiscent of witnessing the sun shining through the season’s leaves, then the bluest Turquoise of the tropical seas, to which we added Scarlet, the brightest of reds inspired by the petals of the rose and finally, Coral, a vibrant orange as fresh and bold as the fruit. These colours are full, energetic and absolute. They combine together with stripes and geometric prints and create fil-à-fil micro textures when mixed with white.
The Spring Summer 2020 collection plays with balances, creating multiple effects, iridescent colours, tactile and visual differences.
This season's new collection for beds include Gian: gauzy sheets woven from two different coloured linen threads to create a beautiful iridescent effect.
Stripes are reinterpreted in Raia, a satin linen and cotton cloth with a solid-colour background and two bands full of multicoloured stripes of different thicknesses.
For those who love the softness of cotton voile, here are two variants of sheets adorned with a print: River is the more pictorial and modern version, with shaded strips that resemble a maxi Tie-Dye, and Oia is the neo-romantic version covered with stylised leaves.
The printed pillowcases alternate abstract flowers, irregular stripes and hexagonal micro-geometries that can be more traditionally matched when used as pairs with the same design, or mixed in an eclectic, personalised fashion.
The new throw is an original creation full of surprises: MILO brings together three very different materials to create a double-faced effect with a soft, precious mélange side in cashmere and silk and a smoother side in ultra-fresh, pure linen. Pino is the linen and alpaca version; it is made identically to Milo but in a solid colour.
The collection of printed abaca tablecloths is quite unique with two new designs to decorate tables like contemporary works of art. Strong geometric shapes and wide bands of colour intertwine to form a contrasting lattice on an grey coloured background in the Naos tablecloth, while the Maind tablecloth offers a softer design with more diluted colours in neutral brushstrokes alternating with brighter tones.
The stunning designs unfailingly interpret the concept of relations, weaving different coloured yarns to create a fil-à-fil effect on linen or cotton. The Maya TF placemat intertwines Coral, Turquoise and Citrus threads, and their natural variations, over a marble-coloured base in shades of sand and anthracite, while Cable TF, is a raw-cut placemat in maxi mesh, and comes in a two-tone version, pairing two strong colours together such as Citrus and Turquoise, Scarlet and Turquoise, or Scarlet and Citrus.
As always, the placemats can be combined by choosing a solid-coloured linen or creatively playing with the designs on printed ramié.
The bathroom takes up the two main colours of the collection, Citrus and Turquoise, using them in a wide range of materials and textures, and also adds an absolute uniqueness: Maco, a mix of cotton and linen with a waffle weave effect that is created by combining coloured yarn with white yarn, which dilutes the intensity of the colour to create an elegant mélange effect. The new towels and bathrobes are in more delicate colours which reverberate with the intensity of full colours, adding a touch of brightness to the bathroom collection.