Letter from The Creative Director
This playful collection is inspired by a painting from the Majorelle Garden in Marrakech. With a tropical theme that evokes an easy, light-hearted mood, this collection is warm and fun and perfect for summer. Embellishments and accessories are key elements, with a bold multicoloured print depicting the vibrant botanical gardens at the Jardin Majorelle. S’amuser!
The Organic Cotton Shirt Dress is crafted from soft cotton dobby, in the exclusive Jardin Majorelle print. In a midi length with a buttoned-through front, the dress can be worn two ways. Look #1 is worn closed with the La Sagrada Cut Out Espadrille and Freya Straw Hat for colourful élégance.
Casual days in the Garden
For a stylish day look, look #2 features the Organic Cotton Shirt Dress worn open over the Bengajean® 7/8th Straight leg with a staple white cotton tank. Elevate the look with the Khalo Multi Chain Strand Necklace in matte gold, finished with a comfortable espadrille.
Our Printed T-Shirt is available in a watercolour ‘painted garden’ print, cut in a lightweight and breathable cotton/modal fabric. Match it with our Bengajean® ¾ Slim Leg in white for a summery day look, finished with the Riviera Cross Quilt Espadrille and Ellie Cloche Twist Hat in grey.
In a charming sorbet stripe, this breathable tank is perfect for warm days by the sea. Made from 100% French linen in a classic Blue Illusion style, the top features an elegant cross-dye effect, showcasing pink, red, and apricot tones. A summer must-have, pair it with our Summer Linen Culotte for effortless style.
the hidden magic of the jardin majorelle
Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the main square in Marrakech stands the luscious grounds of the Jardin Majorelle. Designed by French artist Jacques Majorelle in the 1920s, the villa consists of a two-and-a-half acre botanical jardin and a cubist villa in striking tones of electric blue and sunny yellow, adorned with giant green cacti. Majorelle had grown the garden from plants sourced from all over the world, set against the vibrant blue of the villa, aptly named “Majorelle Bleu”. Upon decades of pouring his heart and soul into its creation, fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent and his partner Pierre Berge bought and restored the gardens in 1980 some years after Majorelle passed away and the gardens had been abandoned. Saint Laurent famously praised the Jardin Majorelle as a great source of artistic inspiration.
Nowadays the garden is visited by thousands from around the world, a labyrinth maze of vibrant colours, water lily ponds, blooming flowers and sweeping trees — a beautiful testament to the artists who grew and loved it.