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For the new Camaïeu incarnation, available now in a range of plates, saucers, and serving dishes at the Z.d.G. site and MatchesFashion, Zoë has brought back the original emerald green (“it’s not a typical green that one finds in nature”) and added two more colorways: a blue and multicolored version with spots of violet and mauve. (“It’s very jolly.”) She’s also working with some of the sons and daughters of the artisans who originally produced the line for Monsieur Givenchy. “I love that circle of life.” “It is important to democratize my work,” India Mahdavi says of the underlying motivation for her new home collection with H&M. Indeed, while the star designer has a legion of fervent admirers—high profile projects like London’s Sketch and Ladureé Beverly Hills as well as a profile in The New Yorker will do that to you—most of them have only been able to appreciate her work from afar: most of Mahdavi’s previous work has been high-end, limited edition, or made to order.
However, today at 10 a.m., Mahdavi’s signature rainbow style, interpreted on everything from throws, to plates, to cushion covers, to rugs, is available to everyone via H&M. She dreamed up the line during lockdown, acknowledging the emotional desire for joy and optimism amid tumultuous times. The palette was derived from an afternoon spent under the spring sun—one of the few mood-boosting activities that could be done during the pandemic. When the designer closed her eyes, kaleidoscopic colors popped into her mind, and it was those bright shades that made their way onto the home goods. Mahdavi intentionally made the patterns a bit hazy, with colors and geometry seemingly melting into each other. “Everything was a bit blurry in my mind—it was a moment of uncertainty of the future,” she says of the symbolism.
From easy-to-move slingbacks to the cushy lounger you’ll never want to get up from, here are the perfect seats to drink rosé in all summer. After you order the basics, get something to add a bit of spark—perhaps literally, with a fire pit or pizza oven. “H e loved green,” Zoë de Givenchy recalls of her late uncle-in-law, Hubert de Givenchy. “ ‘Toujours le vert,’ he used to say, ‘Always green.’ ” Students of the French couturier might remember a certain cape Audrey Hepburn wore as she descended the steps of Paris’s Palais Garnier in Funny Face or the prim dress set Grace Kelly wore to her White House visit in 1961. But Hubert also brought the hue to his table, using it in a pattern called Camaïeu that adorned a set of glazed ceramic dinnerware he commissioned for his country home two hours from Paris, Le Jonchet. Few French retreats are as hallowed as Le Jonchet. After acquiring the 16th-century moat-encircled manoir in 1976, Hubert and his partner Philippe Venet furnished it with painstaking care, filling it with Diego Giacometti’s lithe iron constructions and Joan Miró’s masterworks. A guest room was famously upholstered in a symphony of Braquenié’s Tree of Life fabric—a treatment that spawned dozens of imitations. The couple were known for hosting elegant dinner parties at the estate—Venet was an accomplished chef—at once resplendent and relaxed. “There was a balance in creating the sense of grandeur,” says Zoë, who married Hubert’s nephew Olivier in 2011. “He’d use woven placemats alongside Murano glass.” Thanks to Zoë’s faithful re-creations for her eponymous tabletop line, Z.d.G., a tablescape à la Jonchet is now more widely available. “Hubert has always been one of the key inspirations,” says Zoë. “Those meals we’d have together as a family, whether it was in Paris or at Le Jonchet, were wonderfully educational as well as joyful.” Zoë describes Hubert as an encyclopedia of the decorative arts; he traveled to remote locales like the tiny French village Moustiers-Sainte-Marie, famed for its ceramics, and encouraged his deep-pocketed society swans to follow. “I have letters and photographs of Hubert visiting these ateliers with his grand ladies,” says Zoë. And in the final 10 years of his life, Hubert brought along his new niece-in-law.
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Suitable for Women/Men/Girl/Boy, Fashion 3D digital print drawstring hoodies, long sleeve with big pocket front. It’s a good gift for birthday/Christmas and so on, The real color of the item may be slightly different from the pictures shown on website caused by many factors such as brightness of your monitor and light brightness, The print on the item might be slightly different from pictures for different batch productions, There may be 1-2 cm deviation in different sizes, locations, and stretch of fabrics. Size chart is for reference only, there may be a little difference with what you get.
- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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