The autumn-winter 20-21 season is characterized by dense and generous decoration: nature serves as a guiding thread, giving bloom to enchanted night forests and jungles, populated by a playful fauna. Florals gleam with a strange light, and graphic foliage is inspired by animal motifs, becoming abstract and marked by strident waves. Colourways are carefully studied, worked in very dark tone-on-tones or contrasting shades featuring a charming dissonance.
A strange atmosphere between dusk, dawn and American nights sublimates landscapes, creating a magical imaginary world where trees are tinged with mystical blues and intoxicating purples, where contours blur and the moon illuminates the plant world with an enchanting glow.
Paranormal, hybrid, realistic and very bright – the season’s flowers leave no one indifferent. They radiate a troubling shine, look strangely realistic, are inverted, solarized, stylishly deformed, without losing a whit of their allure.
Precise branches and dense foliage mark the season. Veinings are highlighted, contours are crisp and imbricated, and sometimes an entire tree emerges as the main subject.
Decorations mutate among themselves, and boundaries between plant and animal motifs blur; hybrid forms of foliage / animal or animal / insect, very full grounds and layered graphics confuse the eye. This gives rise to a clever mimicry, creating deft graphic interference and camouflage.
Cockatoo, parrots, hummingbirds and fabulous long-tailed birds populate exotic nocturnal jungles. Monkeys, rabbits and other domestic animals hide in forests drawn with clarity and coloured imaginatively.
The season’s abstracts tend essentially to marbling and its pigmented waves. Colours are vivid, sometimes grating, their motion varying from a quite water-coloured look to more neatly drawn and full flat tints. Proposals are inventive, and very alluring in their optical plays and colourful, shimmering harmonies.