New Collection Chromatica

Published on Thursday, February 1, 2024

Maison Sarah Lavoine unveils its new collection, full of warmth and nuance.

For the new season, Maison Sarah Lavoine is making a stopover in Mexico, with a warm collection of intense colours and contrasting materials. collection, with its intense colours and contrasting materials, a real ode to escape. an ode to escape.

Travel is a constant source of inspiration for Sarah Poniatowski. It was while strolling through the colourful streets of Mexico City, in the heat of the day, that she immersed herself in all the riches the country has to offer. Between aesthetics and emotion, calm and bustle, tradition and the unusual, Mexico is an obvious choice for this new collection.

This summer, Sarah is inspired by Mexican architecture, and particularly by the way colours sculpt spaces. Deep blackcurrant, gleaming paprika, vibrant lagoon and sunny amarillo are added to the iconic colours, giving rhythm to the fervour of these new lines.

Warm and bright at the same time, this collection echoes the casualness and lightness of the summer season. Shapes and spaces are envisaged as a playground, where nothing is set in stone and where surprise takes on its full meaning. New deep, adjustable seats take comfort to the extreme - a reference to the vintage armchairs of the seventies - and are upholstered in bouclette fabric. An invitation to spontaneity, each element becomes adaptable, like the armchair with its adjustable angle.

New materials are joining the party: The iconic Double Jeu chair has been updated with a lighter fabric and brass legs. The rules are changing, and accumulation and diversion are encouraged, with the Puzzle table revealing itself in a new light, with a round top available in three sizes, and the Riviera table lengthening its lines and revealing a larger top.

Textiles play on repetition through intense, original motifs: the monogram Maison Sarah Lavoine, the new icon of the House, revives the art of the table. New cushions with rounded lines feature a jungle print, while the must-have Aura and Azimut flirt with the new summer palette. The Arroz plaid features graphic lines and calls for movement thanks to its versatile use.

A veritable dance of materials is performed in this line of decorative objects. While ceramics have always been at the heart of the House's creations, this season sees the unveiling of the Sablier lamp, an evocation of light and time. Textures and raw materials and raw materials also have their place with the Aquarius lamp. The Diana suspension lamp has an oblong shape, while the Vadim suspension lamp is a trio.

In Blackcurrant and Lagoon, the Stella candles, Gemini candleholders and Slave candleholders come in a summery hue.

On the ready-to-wear side, the summer wardrobe will be radiant. T-shirts, lurex subtly decorates key pieces, and silk offers its share of surprises on a flamboyant red dress. New models such as a V-neck jumper, light, reversible trousers and a cotton canvas jacket join the House's iconic denims.

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