Sansindo Tiger Print Black/Orange
The Sansindo Tiger was inspired by tales of the East – his charm is in his stance and scale. On first glance, the tiger’s boldness takes over. But look closer and you’ll notice his gentle features: the love heart nose, smooth tail, delicate feet and vogue eyebrows. For the guys, the tiger energy is translated in powerful orange.
Byron Print Navy/Green
What’s not to love about Byron Bay, the small balmy beach town of New South Wales? It’s both mellow and creative, and we wanted to capture that slower pace of life. The Byron print is an ode to this barefoot eco-luxury. The tonal colourway and soft illustrations are designed in the same calm aesthetic of the town.
The Composition Print White/Blue Linen
Brought to life through the art of screen printing, The Composition print brings together vibrant colours and simple shapes for our capsule collection. Made from premium linen, the luxurious fabric only gets better over time, perfect throughout the warmer seasons.
The Expressionist Print Navy
The Expressionist print was created in-house starting with ink on paper using the bird as a symbol of freedom – inspired by Picasso’s dove of peace. You could stare at the tessellated pattern all day: the fluidity of strokes and and dark navy hue are mesmerising.
The Pop Artist Print Multi
A show-stopping fruit platter. Celebrating bright colours and bold shapes, The Pop Artist is a tribute to the greats, David Hockney and Andy Warhol. Exclusively for the guys, our teal and orange version is a modern combination of the artists’ palettes.
The Purist Print Blue
American artist Jonas Wood’s work was the springboard for The Purist. Best known for his graphic, densely packed still life prints, we took the humble houseplant found in the corners of artists’ studios and turned it into this eye-catching number. The two-tone effect combined with layering of solid stripes and hand drawings are viscerally enticing.
The Purist Print Red
American artist Jonas Wood’s work was the springboard for The Purist. Best known for his graphic, densely packed still life prints, we took the humble houseplant found in the corners of artists’ studios and turned it into this eye-catching number. The bold red version is cheerful and modern.
Jamal Print Blue
Part of the tapestry of Morocco, we couldn’t ignore the camel motif as part of our Le Jardin collection. The intricate image, printed on pale blue is an effortless version for summer.
Jamal Print Green
From the depths of the desert to the drink mats in high-end hotels, the camel can be found in every corner of Moroccan life, inspiring us to use its iconic image for our Le Jardin collection. With tasselled flair, he’ll transport you back to the land of spiritual adventure and wonder.
El Bali Print Navy/White
Fes el Bali is the ancient walled city housing just about everything, but we kept noticing this fish – his repetitive motif is a nod to the finer details found in hidden on Moroccan artefacts.
Atlas Print Red/Cream
Our Atlas print is a contrast to the hustle and bustle of Marrakesh, reflecting the rugged landscape of the mountains nearby. Despite its calm, there is energy in this powerful red colourway.
Victor Print Red
One of our much-loved prints from The Runaways collections – inspired by the freedom and romance of Monaco in the 1950s – Victor is our masculine take on florals. We imagine it to be worn by the carefree golden boys of the time as they test their luck at the tables of Monte Carlo’s iconic casinos. In muted red, this says ‘go bold or go home’.
Victor Print Blue
One of our much-loved prints from The Runaways collections – inspired by the freedom and romance of Monaco in the 1950s – Victor is our masculine take on florals. We imagine it to be worn by the carefree golden boys of the time as they test their luck at the tables of Monte Carlo’s iconic casinos. The blue version is our more subdued of the two colourways expressing subtle elegance.
The Cubist Print Navy
Masters of the Cubist movement Matisse and Diego Rivera are the inspiration behind our print. A deliberately flat 2D approach to this still life is both playful and graphic, while the rich hues add even more boldness.
Hercules Print Orange/Black
Suggestive of the hedonistic tales of Monaco in the 50s – think love triangles by the Med – the Hercules print reflects the rich bohemian glamour of the time. Playing with negative space, the illustrations are a little trippy and very fun. Orange and black come together for this version.