Letter from The Creative Director
I am thrilled to present our new collection, Musée Rodin. With endless styling options to brighten your winter wardrobe, be inspired by the playful prints and vibrant colours of this range, including, in a Blue Illusion first, our new colour neon pink.
Le Musée Rodin and its beautiful grounds as well as Auguste Rodin’s most famous sculptural works were the inspiration behind this collection. Enjoy discovering more about this fascinating museum and the mastery of Rodin’s works. This L’Édition also features a delightful French-inspired vegetable tart recipe. Feel transported to Paris with every bite!
Auguste Rodin was one of the founders of modern sculpture and his works inspired the bright prints of our Musée Rodin collection. The collection’s colour palette also pays tribute to the carefully manicured grounds of the Rodin museum. Here, ‘Silver’ model Luisa Dunn brings to life this effortlessly chic look by pairing our Zip Detail Milano Knit in dove blue with our signature Bengajean® and vibrant Bohemia Paisley Scarf. Embrace an artist’s way of life with every wear.
“Art is the pleasure of a spirit that enters nature and discovers that it too has a soul.” - Auguste Rodin
Introducing our playful Jersey Cotton Dress. This knee-length dress in denim wash jersey jacquard can be dressed up or down. It offers a stylish round neckline and ¾ sleeve with optional rolled sleeve tab. Accessorise with a pop of colour like our modern Electro Heart Square Scarf.
Be bold and add vibrant colour to your winter wardrobe with our new neon pink Wool Rib Knit. Crafted from 100% Australian Merino wool, this knit is ultra-soft, ultra-warm and ultra-bright! Style this jumper with a crisp white shirt, our must-have Bengajean® and the Verona Weave Plimsol for an elevated casual look.
Say bonjour to our feminine Shirred Yoke Top in bright paisley. Crafted from 100% viscose georgette, this top is lightweight and features delicate details like a shirred high neck and bib, fashionable blouson sleeve and exquisite gold rim buttons. Wear it with our Black Buckle Wool Fedora and Bengajean® Straight Leg in black, et voilà.
“The human body is first and foremost a mirror to the soul and its greatest beauty comes from that.” - Auguste Rodin
Le Musée Rodin
Discover Le Musée Rodin in the heart of Paris, France.
This museum, dedicated to the works of French sculptor Auguste Rodin, opened in 1919. Many of Rodin’s sculptural masterpieces can be enjoyed in the musée itself or one can take a tour of the garden, where lush trees and thoughtfully placed footpaths lead to some of Rodin’s most famous works.
Rodin’s style was different to other sculptors of the time. Rodin practiced a strict antiquity-style of neo classic sculpture. He forged a path to become one of the founders of modern sculpture. Rodin’s inspiration came from everyday people and their interactions, rather than godly figures or muses that were more commonly featured in sculpture. Along with modern themes of love, thought and the human body, Rodin’s rough artistic approach was complemented by the materials he used such as bronze, which allowed him to showcase the restlessness and movement of the subjects he was sculpting.
Rodin’s most famous works include The Kiss (1884), The Thinker (1880), and The Age of Bronze (1876).
Our vibrant Shirring Midi Dress is your solution for bright winter style. Featuring the intricate paisley print of our new collection, this colourful dress has a fashionable blouson sleeve, hidden side pockets and a swing hem. Pair it with our Emmanuelle Choc Zip Ankle Boot for a winter look that is bound to turn heads.
French Tian Provençal
Searching for the perfect French winter dish? We have you covered
2 sheets frozen puff pastry, defrosted
100g crème fraîche
1 zucchini, thinly sliced
1 squash, thinly sliced
3 Roma tomatoes, thinly sliced
2 tablespoons Parmesan cheese
1 bunch fresh basil, torn or fresh oregano, choppedcoarse sea salt and freshly ground pepperolive oil
Preheat oven to 200 degrees. Line two baking trays with baking paper or spray with cooking spray.Roll out the puff pastry sheets until the lines have disappeared, one per baking tray. In a small bowl combine crème fraîche and 1 tablespoon of chopped herbs.
Spread 1/4 cup of the crème fraîche herb mixture onto each pastry sheet. Begin and end with a row of tomato slices. In between, alternate layers of zucchini, squash, and tomato slices. Repeat until each tray of puff pastry is full. Season liberally with sea salt, black pepper, and Parmesan cheese; drizzle or brush with olive oil.Bake in a 200-degree oven for 17 to 20 minutes, or until the pastry is golden brown and nicely puffed around the edges. Check in at the 16 minute mark.
Garnish with remaining chopped herbs and add a sprinkling of sea salt and pepper.Slice and enjoy. Déliceux!