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Jaipur

In India is the sumptuous pink city of Jaipur. We found a tablecloth covered with traditional embroidery during a trip there and were inspired to make this print. You can see emblematic flowers and animals of the country such as the sacred cow and the palm tree.

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Eye of the Tiger

1982, Sylvester Stallone releases his film Rocky III and chooses this song from the group Survivor as opening credits. It becomes the favorite anthem of fitness clubs. Whistle its heady chorus and you'll have the rage to win and energy to spare.... This print was painted with watercolour.

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Pomelo

From a distance, you think you see exotic red flowers, but up close, you realize that they are slices of grapefruit. I wanted to create this trompe l'oeil print to play with your senses.

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Crepe de Chine

We have selected this silk for its incredible softness and peach skin effect. It is carefully manufactured by our silk specialists in the Shanghai region. They raise the silkworms themselves, weave the silk and print it with Oeko Tex certifications.

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Grenades

I picked my pomegranate when it was ripe, cut it in half and took a picture of its red seeds. A fascinating and intense red, from rosy to purple, from carmine to scarlet or wine lees : these shades of colour inspired me this print.

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Safi

On the Moroccan coast is the small town of Safi. It is impossible to set foot there without wandering through its traditional potters' souk and admiring the potters modelling the terracotta with their carnal hands and being amazed by their know-how. This print is inspired by a photo of these potteries.

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Palm Springs

This print pays tribute to the city of Palm Springs and its beautiful villas. The tiles of their huge swimming pools inspired me to create this print.

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Bomas

This print is based on a satellite photo of Maasai villages called Bomas. Their organization is always the same, small oval houses made of branches and arranged in a circle, enclosed by a thorn fence. At night, the Maasai bring their herds inside the circle to protect them from wild animals.

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Himalaya

Few people know this, but the Himalayan mountain range is also known as the "Home of the Snows" because of its huge glaciers and snow-capped mountains at the top of which you can ski all year round. This print was inspired by a picture of these eternal snows.

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Bora Bora

The people of Bora Bora call this island Mai te pora, which means "created by the gods". Its enchanting sandy beaches and beautiful wild flowers in flamboyant colours inspired this design that I drew with pencil.

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