Green grass still soaked with dew, rubber boots and fields as far as the eye can see. For this second VACANCIER collection, I wanted to pack up for the campaign .
For a week or a weekend, I wanted to create pieces that would accompany you, in the barn, by the fire or near the pond at the end of the field. I also thought of these pieces as simple and effective, so that once your country weekend is over, they can find their place in your everyday life.
The countryside is also a vast playground. Inspired by BB in The Bear and the Doll by Michel Deville, by Marlène Jobert and her clogs in We will not grow old together by Maurice Pialat, or by Jane Birkin , her baskets, and her hair in shambles, I imagined pieces imbued with nostalgia , a bit vintage , by points and cuts. There are crocheted details and openwork stitches for the first rays of sunshine. The materials are always noble and natural: alpaca (again), wool and cotton , for the beginnings of summer ☀︎
Another novelty of this second VACANCIER chapter, the ABBEY jacket. It's not knitted, but I couldn't conceive of a country weekend without slipping on a little mid-season jacket, ideal for longer days and slightly warmer temperatures. This jacket is in quilted cotton and the interior is made of a patchwork of floral cottons from house linens found and reused, always with the aim of making with what already exists. In this approach of short circuit and the least polluting possible, the jackets are made in a workshop at the gates of Paris .
I hope you will like this collection and that it will find a place in your wardrobe!