We felt like it was time to properly introduce you to one of our best colors from this season, Grass, and some of the inspiration behind it.
We made two different garments in "Grass" this season.
Shop the Swan Top and Savio Dress
 
  • Lary Sultan 

Pictures of his mom "Pictures From Home"

 

We went to see his exhibition at the MoMA a few year back and were blown away.

 

  • Bunabhainneadar Tennis Court

This grass tennis court might be the most remote in the UK. Built in 1998 after a fundraising campaign by a local resident and located on the Isle of Harris

 

 

  • Ateliers Martine

In April 1911, influenced by the Wiener Werkstätte and Josef Hoffmann's Stoclet Palace, which he had visited the previous year, Paul Poiret founded the Atelier Martine, a decorative arts workshop he describes in detail in his memoirs. He named the workshop after his daughter Martine, born in 1911. Situated at 107 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré and initially run by the wife of painter Paul Sérusier, this exclusively female workshop gave young women the chance to express themselves in nature-inspired terms. Their spontaneous, highly coloured floral designs became printed fabrics for the boutique, also called Martine, that Poiret opened at 83 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré in the autumn of 1911. On sale were cushions, carpets, wallpaper, ceramics and trays, complemented by furniture made by the painter Fauconnet. 

 

 

 

  • Cloud Hedging

Garden of the Powis Castle in Wales, UK

 

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